Cleveland, Ohio 2021-01-12 22:11:27 –
Cleveland (WJW) —The Cleveland Public Health Service reported 161 new cases of COVID-19 in the city on Tuesday. There were four deaths from the reported virus.
Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, 21,309 cases have been reported and 199 have died in the city.
As of today, there have been a total of 792,938 cases of COVID-19 that may have been identified in the state since the outbreak of the pandemic, with a total of 9,802 deaths.
The new Cleveland case affected people under the age of one until the 1980s. The Ministry of Health is working to provide information to those who may have come into contact with sick people.
Vaccine deployment continues in the city, as can be seen in the story below.
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