Butler County's Coronavirus case count is increasing as testing continues to increase. There were 592 total cases of Coronavirus in Butler County Friday, an increase of 49 over Thursday, when 543 total cases were reported. The State of Ohio's database says there has been 16 COVID-19 deaths in Butler County, which is one higher than Thursday's total of 15. No details have been released about the latest fatality. The Butler County General Health District released an epidemiology report Friday that shows the Fairfield zip code (45014) led the county with 27% of the cases, followed by East Hamilton-Fairfield Township (45011) with nearly 23% of the cases, and Middletown (45044) with almost 11% of the county's Coronavirus cases. The other factor in the increase was clusters. According to the report, over a quarter of the cases were involved with a cluster. Household/Family made up 53% of the cluster cases, followed by healthcare at 22%, and workplace at 18%.