CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Ohio Department of Health notified Cleveland that there are 54 new coronavirus cases in the city, Mayor Frank Jackson’s government said Saturday.
The city reported that there were no further deaths from the virus as of Saturday night.
The new cases bring Cleveland’s confirmed cases to 24,529, affecting patients ages 10 to 90, the city reported.
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