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More than 3,000 COVID-19 patients hospitalized for fourth day in a row in Ohio

The number of hospitalizations from COVID-19 has increased by 16% in the past week and by 36% in the past three weeks. According to OHA, the number of hospital admissions has decreased by 14% compared to 60 years ago. The number of ICU admissions has increased by 9% in the past week and by 26% in the past three weeks. They have decreased by 16% in the last 60 days.

ODH reported 187 daily hospital admissions and 24 ICU admissions on Monday. The state’s 21-day average is 206 hospital admissions per day and 20 ICU admissions per day.

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Ohio recorded 4,370 cases in the past day. It is an average of 4,736 cases in the past three weeks and 5,546 in the past week.

More than 57% of Ohio residents have started COVID-19, including 67.91% of adults and 60.85% of people ages 5 and older.

Of those ages 5 to 11, 110,787 residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine, accounting for 11.11% of that age group.

Statewide, 52.48% have completed the vaccine, including 63.4% of adults and 55.78% of Ohioans ages 5 and older, according to ODH.