The increase in reported coronavirus deaths across Ohio slowed on Sunday, when 13 new COVID-19 deaths were reported by the Ohio Department of Health.

By comparison, the state reported 84 new confirmed and probable COVID-19 deaths on Saturday.

The state’s reported coronavirus death toll now stands at 1,969.

No new confirmed or probable coronavirus deaths were reported Sunday in the Greater Akron region.

The figures released Sunday show total cases in the state at 31,911, an increase of 502 from the previous day.

Total hospitalizations statewide for COVID-19 now stand at 5,476.

As has become their weekend practice, Gov. Mike DeWine and state health director Dr. Amy Acton did not hold an update briefing on Sunday. None are expected over the Memorial Day holiday weekend.

By the numbers

The following are the number of confirmed and suspected coronavirus cases and deaths in the Greater Akron region as reported by the Ohio Department of Health as of Sunday.

Summit: 1,249 total cases (10 new) and 159 deaths (unchanged), per Summit County Public Health.

Stark: 682 reported cases (12 new), including 89 deaths (unchanged).

Portage: 310 reported cases (one new), including 59 deaths (unchanged).

Medina: 288 cases (18 new), including 19 deaths (unchanged).

Wayne: 248 reported cases, including 50 deaths (no new cases).

Holmes: 25 reported cases (three new), including one death (unchanged).

Ashland: 17 reported cases with no deaths (no new cases).

Tuscarawas: 312 reported cases (11 new), including two deaths (unchanged).

Mahoning: 1,334 reported cases (17 new), including 169 deaths (unchanged)

New cases and deaths were just reported in the past day and could be many days older.

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