Ohio reported 40 Covid-19 deaths on Saturday, marking the state’s highest number of deaths reported since July 31 at 47 deaths, according to data from Ohio's Department of Health.
Saturday's death count was well above the state’s 21-day average of 25 deaths per day, the state’s Department of Health reported.
Ohio also added 1,117 new Covid cases on Saturday. The state's total number of deaths is currently listed as 3,826, with 108,287 total cases, the data shows.
Only two Covid-19 deaths were reported on Sunday. A week ago, Sunday's reported number was one death.
The Department of Health’s updated data also showed that 82 additional people were hospitalized and 12 people were admitted to the ICU on Saturday. Both of these numbers are under the 21-day average. There are a total of 12,236 hospitalizations and 2,771 ICU cases reported to the state.
Percent positivity for the state was 4.5% as of Friday, which is under the 4.8% seven-day average, according to state data.
NOTE: These numbers were released by the Ohio Department of Health, and may not line up exactly in real time with CNN’s database drawn from Johns Hopkins University and the Covid Tracking Project.