COVID-19 for the first time in four days, in a Midwest state, has reported fewer than 6,000 daily COVID-19 cases. There were 5,561 coronavirus cases across the state in the last 24 hours on Sunday. This is a big difference of 808 from the previous day. Moreover, this is information from the Ohio Department of Health in Columbus. Last Wednesday, a trend of more than 6,000 cases started. when state health officials had recorded 7,102 cases. This is the information coming out about most in a single day since the winter.
COVID-19 Cases are Plummeting
In the last three weeks, Ohio is, averaging about 4,449 cases a day in the last three weeks. Moreover, there are more than 5,300 cases in the last week. In all, the state is reporting more than 1.2 million COVID-19 cases.
On Sunday, there were 52 hospitalizations are reporting with an average of 164 being in the past three weeks. In fact, there five people were admitting to the ICU. In fact, the state has averaged 164 in the past 21 days. This is according to ODH. Although, Ohio has had more than 66,000 hospitalizations with a middle point age being 66.
In the past three weeks, Ohio has had an average of 16 deaths. Of those who died of the virus that total is nearly 21,000 people. On Sunday, the ODH reported this.
Twice a week, Ohio does update the COVID death date. Moreover, the numbers can fluctuate because other states don’t regularly report death certificate data to Ohio’s Bureau of Vital Statistics. There a day death is reporting that does not, in fact, indicate the day it did occur.
Since Ohio has started the Corona Virus vaccine, there are more than 6.1 million have received it. The statistics being 61% of the residents, 12 and older and 63% of adults are receiving at least one dose.