Statewide COVID-19 cases reported in Ohio below 600 on Sunday

Ohio’s coronavirus hospitalizations and cases continue to mostly decrease statewide.

There were 577 new coronavirus cases reported on Sunday, according to the Ohio Department of Health’s key indicator dashboard. The 21-day average of daily coronavirus cases fell to about 2,052 across Ohio.

On Sunday, there were 18 new hospitalizations in Ohio reported. The 21-day average for reported hospitalizations is 157.

ODH reported 0 new cases Sunday in ICU admissions for COVID-19 patients. The 21-day average for ICU admissions is 17.

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State of Ohio COVID-19 Numbers. Ohio Department of Health.

State of Ohio COVID-19 Numbers. Ohio Department of Health.

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State of Ohio COVID-19 Numbers. Ohio Department of Health.

One in 17 people who are hospitalized in Ohio hospitals have been diagnosed with the coronavirus, the Ohio Hospital Association reported Sunday.

There are 1,108 people hospitalized with COVID-19 in Ohio as of Sunday, according to the Ohio Hospital Association dashboard. One in 14 patients are hospitalized in the ICU with the coronavirus which means 213 patients in intensive care units.

In West Central Ohio’s hospitals, there are 104 patients hospitalized who are positive with coronavirus with 13 in intensive care units. Champaign, Clark, Darke, Greene, Miami, Montgomery, Preble and Shelby counties make up the west central region in Ohio.

Ohio’s southwestern region consist of: Butler, Warren, Clinton Hamilton, Clermont, Brown and Adam where 260 people are hospitalized with the coronavirus, including 55 of them in the ICU, according to the OHA dashboard.

61.80% of Ohioans of all ages have started a vaccine. 57.14% of all ages in Ohio have finished a vaccine.

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