Cleveland, OH Coronavirus Updates & Information For January 27

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Cleveland, OH |
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New federal data shows how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted hospital capacity in Cuyahoga County and across Ohio.

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CLEVELAND, OH – While U.S. coronavirus cases and deaths have been declining for the past week, hospitals across the country continue to scramble to meet the demands of the ongoing pandemic. At the national level, there were an average of just under 3,100 deaths per day in the week ending January 25 – up from a high of more than 3,350 in previous weeks, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Hu. . Continue reading

Lakewood, OH |
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See how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting hospital capacity in Cuyahoga County and across Ohio.

LAKEWOOD, OH – While U.S. coronavirus cases and deaths have declined over the past week, hospitals across the country continue to scramble to meet the demands of the ongoing pandemic. At the national level, there were an average of just under 3,100 deaths per day in the week ending January 25 – up from a high of more than 3,350 in previous weeks, according to the U.S. Department of Health. . Continue reading

Strongsville, OH |
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See how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting hospital capacity in Cuyahoga County and across Ohio.

STRONGSVILLE, OH – While U.S. coronavirus cases and deaths have declined over the past week, hospitals across the country are still reporting efforts to meet the demands of the ongoing pandemic. At the national level, there were an average of just under 3,100 deaths per day in the week ending January 25 – up from a high of more than 3,350 in the previous weeks, according to the U.S. Department of Health and … Continue reading

Beachwood, OH |
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See how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting hospital capacity in Cuyahoga County and across Ohio.

BEACHWOOD, OH – While U.S. coronavirus cases and deaths have declined for the past week, hospitals across the country are still reporting efforts to meet the demands of the ongoing pandemic. At the national level, there were an average of just under 3,100 deaths per day in the week ending January 25 – up from a high of more than 3,350 in previous weeks, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Hu. . Continue reading

Brecksville, OH |
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New federal data shows how the coronavirus epidemic has impacted hospital capacity in Cuyahoga County and across Ohio.

BRECKSVILLE, OH – While U.S. coronavirus cases and deaths have declined over the past week, hospitals across the country are still reporting efforts to meet the demands of the ongoing pandemic. At the national level, there were an average of just under 3,100 deaths per day in the week ending January 25 – up from a high of more than 3,350 in the previous weeks, according to the U.S. Department of Health and … Continue reading

Cleveland Heights, OH |
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New federal data shows how the coronavirus epidemic has impacted hospital capacity in Cuyahoga County and across Ohio.

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH – While U.S. coronavirus cases and deaths have declined over the past week, hospitals across the country are still reporting efforts to meet the demands of the ongoing pandemic. At the national level, there were an average of just under 3,100 deaths per day in the week ending January 25 – up from a high of more than 3,350 in the weeks before, according to the U.S. Department of Health … Continue reading

Solon, OH |
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See how the coronavirus epidemic is affecting hospital capacity in Cuyahoga County and across Ohio.

SOLON, OH – While U.S. coronavirus cases and deaths have declined over the past week, hospitals across the country continue to scramble to meet the demands of the ongoing pandemic. At the national level, there were an average of just under 3,100 deaths per day in the week ending January 25 – up from a high of more than 3,350 in previous weeks, according to the U.S. Department of Health. . Continue reading

About Ohio, OH |
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“If there are seven consecutive days in Ohio hospitals with fewer than 2,500 COVID-19 patients, the curfew will be lifted completely.”

COLUMBUS, OH – If Ohio COVID-19 hospital stays continue to decline, Governor Mike DeWine will change the state’s curfew. There is currently a nationwide curfew from 10:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. DeWine rolled out the curfew to keep COVID-19 metrics from climbing. Those metrics could be trending down now, he said. … Continue reading

Cleveland Heights, OH |
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The district agreed to reopen in March so staff can receive the COVID-19 vaccine. However, the teachers’ union believes that return is “unsafe”.

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH – The Heights Schools will partially reopen on March 1 under an agreement with state officials. … Continue reading

Beachwood, OH |
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The city’s “COVID Care Packages” program will deliver essential goods to residents.

BEACHWOOD, OH – Beachwood is now offering a free COVID Care Package for financially troubled residents. … Continue reading

Lakewood, OH |
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The Lakewood Community Relations Advisory Commission released its first community survey this month.

LAKEWOOD, OH – The Lakewood Community Relations Advisory Commission (LCRAC) is soliciting residents for guidance on future programs and activities. The LCRAC is composed of residents who advise city officials on community issues, including diversity, equality and reciprocity. “Our mission is to make sure Lakewood remains a great place to live and work for everyone,” said the group. The First Community Outreach Survey … Continue reading

Strongsville, OH |
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The facility will be closed at least until January 31st.

STRONGSVILLE, OH – The Ehrnfelt Senior Center will be closed until at least January 31 due to possible COVID-19 exposure, the city said. … Continue reading