COVID cases drop as 21-day average flattens

The number of new coronavirus cases dropped slightly as the state’s 21-day COVID-19 case average remained flat.

There were 354 new COVID cases reported Friday. The 21-day case average is now 248, down one from Thursday, according to Ohio Department of Health data.

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The state’s total reported cases since the pandemic began is 1,113,737.

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As of Friday, 5,615,995 people in Ohio have started the coronavirus vaccine and 5,253,041 have finished it.

The ODH reported 48.04% of Ohioans have had at least one dose and 44.94% completed the vaccine.

To find local vaccination clinics, go to https://gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov/.