Yesterday Gov DeWine announced that there are now three cases of coronavirus in the state. All three of the cases are from Cuyahoga County.
DeWine has declared a state of emergency in the state, as “a legal necessity that allows state departments and agencies to better coordinate in their response.”
According to DeWine, all three patients who tested positive for COVID-19 are in their mid-50s. Two are a married couple who were recently on a cruise on the Nile River, while the other attended a conference in Washington D.C.
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LOCAL NEWS: Gov. Mike DeWine: 3 Confirmed Cases Of Coronavirus In Ohio; All In Cuyahoga County was originally published on praisecleveland.com