CLEVELAND, Ohio – The city registered 110 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 coronavirus on Thursday, Mayor Frank Jackson’s government said.
The newly confirmed cases were in patients aged less than 10 years through the 1990s.
Two new deaths have been reported. The deaths of 218 Clevelanders have been attributed to coronavirus. The average age of the deceased was 73 years.
28 cases were referred to other health departments when the patients were found to be non-Cleveland residents.
As of Thursday, the total number of new cases confirmed in the city since March was 23,375, the city reported.
In addition, the health department has identified 1,379 likely cases. Using an expanded definition from the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, this figure captures suspected cases for which there is no confirmed test.
Cleveland had registered a total of 24,754 cases on Thursday.
The infected were between less than 1 year and more than 100 years old. The average age is 42 years.
Six percent of these cases required hospitalization.
54 percent of the cases affect women. About 43% of all those infected are African American. About 26% are white. Other races make up 14% of patients. The breed is unknown in 17% of the cases.
The Cleveland Department of Public Health reported that 4,899 patients were released from isolation.
Across the state, the deaths of 75 more coronavirus patients reported Thursday have brought Ohio to 11,006 deaths since the outbreak began. according to the Ohio Department of Health.
With 5,432 new coronavirus cases reported Thursday, the total number of cases in the state was 883,716. Governor Mike DeWine said during his coronavirus briefing on Thursday afternoon that it was higher than what he would like to see, but at a lower level than it has been in recent months.
Thursday’s total deaths were slightly above the 21-day moving average of 74. The day’s case numbers fell below the 21-day average of 6,221 cases.
The The Cuyahoga County Health Department reported 57,511 cases last Friday The coronavirus was counted on January 15 – an increase of 3,550 from January 8. There were 1,449 deaths recorded, an increase of 111 from the previous week. The department reports cases a week later. The numbers exclude cases from the city of Cleveland.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s record on Thursday reported 25,456,670 cases and 427,626 deaths in the United States.
These numbers tend to lag behind other reporting sites.
Johns Hopkins University of Medicine reported that 25,721,273 people were infected as of Thursday evening with the coronavirus. The balance sheet found 432,127 deaths in the United States.