The Cleveland Department of Public Health reported 10 additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 in residents. The total in the city of Cleveland now stands at 120, the health department said.
Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson also extended the city’s civil emergency proclamation, which was set to expire on Tuesday, through April 30.
“In accordance with state and federal guidelines and to help protect the health and safety of the citizens of Cleveland, I have extended the proclamation of civil emergency until April 30,” Jackson said in a news release on Tuesday. “The problems experienced as a result of this pandemic continue to endanger our citizens and we must carry on our work as a community to minimize its impact, severity and duration.”
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