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4,874 new cases, more 64 deaths – Cleveland, Ohio

Cleveland, Ohio 2021-01-29 14:11:26 –

(Watch part of Ohio Governor Mike Dewin’s Coronavirus Press Conference from Thursday on the video player above)

Columbus, Ohio (WJW) – Ohio Health Department Releases Updates COVID-19 (new coronavirus infection) (# If there is no character limit, add parentheses when it first appears Friday afternoon state figures. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine did not have a press conference on the pandemic.

Over the past 24 hours, 4,874 COVID-19 cases, 64 deaths, 166 hospitalizations, and 23 intensive care unit admissions have been reported to the State Department of Health.

According to the Ohio Department of Health, 888,590 cases and 11,070 deaths have been reported in the state since the pandemic began. It is estimated that 770,597 people have recovered.

As of Thursday, the COVID-19 vaccine was launched in more than 758,000 Ohio people, about 6 percent of the state’s population. The phased rollout of vaccinations in the health sector will continue next week, with residents over 70 and school staff from some districts participating.

On Thursday, DeWine State curfewOriginally, it ran for an hour from 10 pm to 5 am. Now it starts at 11:00 pm. Changes will be reassessed after two weeks as the state assesses COVID-19-related hospitalizations.

“If this trend continues, we may be able to go to midnight, and if it really gets less and less, we’ll be able to go for 7 days at 2,500 and without a curfew at less than 2,500. “DeWine said.

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