The state added 6,651 new COVID-19 cases Friday, bringing its total to 1,458,747 since the pandemic started, according to ODH. In the last three weeks, Ohio is averaging 5,842 cases a day, and 5,505 cases a day in the last week.
As of Friday there were 3,395 COVID-19 patients hospitalized in Ohio, including 938 in ICUs and 627 on ventilators. Coronavirus accounts for 12.9% of hospital beds, 19.68% of ICU beds and 13.22% of ventilators in the state.
Ohio has 5,311 (20.1%) hospital beds, 906 (19.01%) ICU beds and 2,908 (61.3%) of ventilators available.
In the last day, Ohio recorded 245 hospitalizations and 10 ICU admissions, according Friday’s data from the state health department. Ohio’s 21-day average is 260 hospitalizations a day and 22 ICU admissions a day.
More than 6.35 million Ohioans, or 54.4%, have started the COVID-19 vaccine. As of Friday, 65.67% of adults and 62.58% of those 12 and older have received at least one dose, according to ODH.
More than 5.91 million residents, or 50.64%, completed the vaccine, including 61.32% of adults and 59.19% of those 12 and older.
The health department reported 253,681 Ohioans have received additional doses of the vaccine.