CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Ohio Department of Health has notified Cleveland that it has 37 new coronavirus cases in the city, Mayor Frank Jackson’s administration announced Saturday night.
The city reported that it experienced no additional deaths from the virus as of Saturday.
The new cases bring Cleveland’s total confirmed cases to 25,111 and involve people under 20-years-old to 70-years-old, the city reported.
The state reported 1,774 new coronavirus cases Saturday afternoon and 54 additional deaths.
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