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Ohio reports under 9,500 new COVID-19 cases past week
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The Ohio Department of Health on Thursday reported under 9,500 new coronavirus cases for the past week.

In the last week, the state has reported 9,424 cases, 383 new COVID-related hospitalizations, 28 new COVID-related ICU admissions and 75 deaths.

Last Thursday, Ohio reported 10,170 new COVID-19 cases and 414 hospitalizations.

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ODH started reporting coronavirus cases weekly instead of daily in March.

To date, Ohio has reported over 3 million cases, 130,362 hospitalizations, and 40,466 COVID-related deaths.

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