There are now 2,547 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Ohio, 65 deaths

Largest single-day jump in cases so far
Posted at 2:05 PM, Apr 01, 2020

COLUMBUS — In a daily update on coronavirus cases, the Ohio Department of Health confirms Tuesday that there are now 2,547 cases of COVID-19 in the state. That's a jump of 348 from yesterday, the largest single-day increase yet.

There are now 65 deaths across the state, an increase of 10 over the previous day.

There were 679 total hospitalizations reported on Tuesday, with 222 ICU admissions, according to the Ohio Department of Health.

The median age range for infected patients is younger than 1 years old to 99 years old.

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