72 extra COVID-19 instances, 1 new dying in Cleveland


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CLEVELAND (WJW) – The Cleveland Department of Public Health has released the latest version COVID-19 Pay for the city Tuesday night.

Cleveland Department of Health COVID-19 dashboard

It was reported that 72 new confirmed cases of coronavirus have been reported among city residents. They are between 10 and 90 years old. There was an additional death.

There have been a total of 23,156 COVID-19 cases and 212 deaths among Cleveland residents since the pandemic began, according to the city health department.

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On Tuesday, the Ohio Department of Health said it had reported 4,262 cases, 88 deaths, 295 hospital admissions and 40 intensive care units in a 24-hour period.

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