At least 892 cases of coronavirus have been reported in Ohio over the last 24 hours, bringing the total to at least 47,651, according to the state.
According to Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, almost 60% of the new cases were between 20 and 49 years old.
The average age of people infected in Ohio in March was 51, the governor said. So far in June, that number has decreased to 42.
“We have increased testing, but we do not believe this increase in cases is completely due to testing,” DeWine said.
Hospitalizations are also up, DeWine said, with 55 new hospitalizations and 11 admissions into intensive care units over the last 24 hours.
The uptick in cases is being seen particularly in the region around Cincinnati.