CUYAHOGA COUNTY, Ohio — Ohio reported the lowest number of new COVID-19 cases in nearly two months on Tuesday.
There were 325 new coronavirus cases reported across the state by the Ohio Department of Health, the lowest number of new daily cases since April 14, when just 305 cases were reported.
The state is well below the 21-day average, which is 486 new cases.
Cuyahoga County reported the lowest amount of new COVID-19 cases in nearly a month.
The county reported 29 new cases, bringing their total to 4,939.
The last time the county reported fewer cases than that was on May 14, when they reported 27.
Ohio reported 17 new deaths, which is 15 below the 21-day trend.
There have been a total of 2,421 deaths in Ohio.
The state reported 40 ICU admissions, which is higher than the 21-day average, which is 17.
Hospitalizations were slightly below the 21-day average of 72, with 70 admissions reported.
The City of Cleveland reported 17 new cases, bringing their total to 1,763.
Editor's Note: The data on these charts are updated daily, and after 24 hours, may not reflect the state's statistics at the time the story was published.
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