Cleveland studies 39 new coronavirus circumstances, no new deaths: Sunday replace


CLEVELAND, Ohio – The city of Cleveland announced on Sunday that there have been 39 new coronavirus cases and no new deaths among the city’s residents in the past 24 hours.

The 39 cases bring Cleveland’s case to a total of 25,146, according to a post at Cleveland City Hall Facebook site.

About 6% of these cases had to be hospitalized as of the last update from the Cleveland Department of Public Health COVID-19 dashboard.

The breakdown by gender, where confirmed, is 54% women and 46% men. Forty percent of those infected are African American. About 28% are white.

The new cases included men and women aged under 10 through their 70s, the city said.

The Cleveland Department of Public Health will work to identify all individuals who have been in close contact with the newly confirmed patients to determine who should now be tested or monitored for symptoms of COVID-19.

According to statistics, Ohio coronavirus cases have risen to at least 967,422 with 17,297 deaths Published Sunday from the Ohio Department of Health. Due to delays in reporting, the numbers tend to lag behind even on weekends.

There are more than 28.5 million confirmed cases of coronavirus and more than 512,000 COVID-19 deaths in the United States, according to data Johns Hopkins Researcher.

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