COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Ohio Department of Health confirmed Thursday that there are now 41,576 cases of COVID-19 in the state. That's a jump of 428 from Sunday, which saw the lowest number of new cases and deaths since late March.
There are now 2,573 coronavirus-related deaths across the state, an increase of 16 over the previous day, below the 21-day average of 28.
There were 53 total hospitalizations reported on Monday, with 14 ICU admissions, according to the Ohio Department of Health.
The median age of patients is 48 with the age range for infected patients from younger than 1 year old to 109 years old.
To date, 554,128 people out of the state's population of more than 11.7 million have been tested for coronavirus, ODH states.
The Cleveland Department of Public Health was notified of 15 new confirmed COVID-19 test results in residents of the city and three new fatalities, bringing the total to 1,833 confirmed cases in Cleveland and 74 fatalities. The new confirmed cases include males and females whose ages range from in their 20s to in their 60s. The new fatalities were males ranging in age from in their 60s to in their 70s.
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