CLEVELAND — Ohio reported below average for number of coronavirus cases, deaths, hospitalizations and ICU admissions on Sunday.
Ohio reported 479 new cases, which is 65 less than the 21-day average.
The state has reported a total of 35,513 cases.
Ohio reported six deaths, bringing the total number of deaths to 2,155.
The state reported 38 hospitalizations, which is below the 21-day average of 81.
Eight people were admitted to the ICU, bringing the total to 1,556.
Editor's note: The data in the charts above is updated daily. After 24 hours, it may not reflect the statistics on the date this story was published.
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