COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Ohio Department of Health confirmed Friday that there are now 37,758 cases of COVID-19 in the state. That's a jump of 476 from yesterday, below the 21-day average and on par with the number of cases reported each day this week.
There are now 2,355 deaths across the state after 16 new deaths were reported Friday. That number is lower than the 40 deaths reported Thursday and the 21-day average of 37.
There were 73 new hospitalizations reported on Tuesday, with nine new ICU admissions, according to the Ohio Department of Health. The totals in Ohio are now 6,385 hospitalizations and 1,632 ICU admissions.
The median age of patients is 49 with the age range for infected patients from younger than 1 years old to 109 years old.
The Cleveland Department of Public Health was notified of 17 new confirmed COVID-19 test results in residents of the city and one new fatality, bringing the total to 1,697 confirmed cases in Cleveland and 57 fatalities. The new confirmed cases include males and females whose ages range from under 11 years old to in their 70s. The new fatality was a male in his 60s.
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Editor's Note: The data in the charts above are updated daily and after 24 hours, may not reflect the statistics on the date this story was published.
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