COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Ohio Department of Health reported 2,918 new COVID-19 cases in the state between Sunday and Monday, bringing the total number of cases to 1,026,929.
As of last Thursday, statewide, Ohio reported 167.1 cases per 100,000 residents over the preceding two weeks, the metric being used to determine when state health orders will be lifted.
The chart below shows the progress over time toward the 50 case-per-100,000-people threshold that must be met.
These numbers include both cases confirmed by a viral test and cases that meet the CDC's definition of probable. There have been 869,125 confirmed COVID-19 cases to date, which account for 85% of total cases.
To date, there have been 102,868 total coronavirus cases reported in Cuyahoga County.
There have now been 18,646 coronavirus-related deaths across the state; no new deaths were reported today as the state changes the frequency in which mortality is reported.
As other states do not send the death certificates for Ohioans who die out of state to ODH's Bureau of Vital Statistics on a regular schedule, the mortality data provided by Ohio will continue to fluctuate and those deaths will be assigned to their appropriate dates.
The median age of patients is 42 with the age range for infected patients from younger than 1 year old to 111 years old.
Here's how Ohio's vaccination rate compares to other states:
To date, the COVID-19 vaccine has been started in 3,695,762 people in Ohio, which is 31.62% of the state's population. The vaccine has been started in 48,363 people in the last 24 hours.
The COVID-19 vaccination has been completed in a total of 2,170,947 people, which is 18.57% of the state's population. In the last 24 hours, the vaccine has been completed in 35,324 people.
This chart shows the vaccination rates of each Ohio county:
There were 37,870 tests done on April 1, the latest day this data from the ODH was available. Of those tests, 3.9% were positive, compared to the rolling 7-day average positivity rate, which is 4%. Click here for details on where to get a COVID-19 test in your area.
View more data from the ODH on their COVID-19 dashboard here.
Note: The charts above are updated from a variety of sources, and may or may not reflect the latest COVID-19 data released by the state. These charts are regularly updated with new data and may not reflect the statistics in the text of this story at the time it was published.
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