Ohio Department of Health: 37 COVID-19 cases, up from 23

Coronavirus

Right now there are two cases in Trumbull county and 14 in Cuyahoga county

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(WKBN) – As of the 3:30 p.m. conference with Governor Mike DeWine, the Ohio Department of Health announced that Ohio now has 37 cases in the state, up from 23 Saturday.

Right now there are two cases in Trumbull county and 14 in Cuyahoga county.

In the state of Ohio, there are 350 pending cases in Ohio. They range in age from 31 to 86 with 11 hospitalizations, up from 7 Saturday.

No one has died in either Ohio of Pennsylvania.

140 people have been tested negative.

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