As of Wednesday Ohio had 2,898 COVID-19 patients in its hospitals, including 844 in ICUs and 525 on ventilators, according to the Ohio Department of Health. It’s the second day in a row the state reported fewer than 3,000 hospitalized COVID patients.
Coronavirus patients account for 11% of the state’s hospital beds, 18.03% of ICU beds and 10.99% of ventilators.
Ohio has 5,380 (20.4%) hospital beds, 863 (18.43%) ICU beds and 2,956 (61.88%) ventilators available.
In the last day, the state recorded 236 hospitalizations and 26 ICU admissions, according to ODH.
The state’s 21-day average is 247 hospitalizations a day and 22 ICU admissions a day.
Nearly 55% of Ohioans have started the COVID-19 vaccine, with 66.28% of adults and 64.2% of those 12 and older receiving at least one dose.
More than 51.25% of residents have finished the vaccine, including 62.02% of adults and 59.93% of Ohioans 12 and older, according to ODH.