In the last 21 days Ohio is averaging 250 hospitalizations a day and 21 ICU admissions a day.
While daily hospitalizations and ICU admissions were up Tuesday, the number of COVID-19 patients in Ohio’s hospitals continues to decrease.
The state reported 3,407 hospitalized COVID-19 patients on Tuesday, including 943 in ICUs and 646 on ventilators, according to ODH.
Ohio has recorded fewer than 3,500 coronavirus in its hospitals for seven days in a row and fewer than 950 patients in ICUs for six consecutive days.
COVID-19 patients account for 12.9% of Ohio’s hospital beds, 19.97% of ICU beds and 13.57% of ventilators.
The state has 5,380 (20.4%) hospital beds, 956 (20.25%) ICU beds and 2,856 (59.97%) ventilators available as of Tuesday, according to ODH.
Ohio recorded 4,456 cases in the last day, bringing its total to 1,474,723.
It’s 21-day average is 5,515 cases a day. In the last week the state is averaging 5,033 cases day.
Ohio reported 202 deaths on Tuesday, according to the state health department.
ODH updates COVID-19 death data twice a week. Data can fluctuate because other states do not regularly report death certificate data to Ohio’s Bureau of Vital Statistics.
The day a death is reported does not reflect the day it occurred.
As of Tuesday, 54.55% of Ohioans have started the COVID-19 vaccine, including 65.84% of adults and 63.75% of those 12 and older.
Nearly 51% of residents have finished the vaccine, including 61.53% of adults and 59.42% of Ohioans 12 and older, according to ODH.