CLEVELAND, Ohio – The city’s Department of Health added 229 newly confirmed cases of the coronavirus on Tuesday and announced that two more people had died from the virus.
The new confirmations bring the city’s total since the pandemic started last year to 22,352 cases. There were 208 deaths. The new cases include men and women under the age of 1 through the 1990s.
Of the confirmed cases in Cleveland, 54 percent were women and 46 percent were men. 43 percent of the cases are black, 26 percent were white and 29 percent were identified as different or unknown people.
In Ohio there was 4,989 newly reported coronavirus cases According to the Ohio Department of Health, the total as of Tuesday is 836,055. The number of deaths rose by 55 to 10,336.
The number of cases and deaths on Tuesday was below their respective 21-day averages of 7,309 cases and 77 deaths.
According to the Centers for Disease ControlMore than 213,000 new cases and 3,557 deaths were confirmed nationwide as of Tuesday. The CDC has recorded 23.6 million cases and 394,495 deaths in the United States
Johns Hopkins University reports 24.2 million confirmed cases in the US and 401,586 deaths. There have been 96.1 million cases and 2.056 million deaths worldwide.