Breaking News
More () »

13 more confirmed cases of coronavirus in Cleveland, bringing city's total to 216

The new cases include both male and females ranging in age from their 20 to their 80s.
Credit: Getty Images/iStockphoto

CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Department of Heath reported an additional 13 cases confirmed cases of coronavirus Monday. The new cases bring the city's total to 216 including two fatalities. 

The new cases include both male and females ranging in age from their 20 to their 80s. 

The Department of Public Health is working to identify those that have been in close contact with the patient. 

As of Monday afternoon, the Ohio Department of Health reports that there are now 4,450 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the state. 142 people have died and another 1,214 have been hospitalized. 

Cuyahoga County has released a map showing the number of confirmed cases by zipcode throughout the county. Click here to view the map updated every Friday. .

Based on the state’s current projections, Ohio is currently expected to peak in mid-late April with 10,000 new daily coronavirus cases. 

Continued Coverage:

RELATED: Coronavirus & Ohio: The latest number of confirmed cases

RELATED: Ohio coronavirus update: 4,450 confirmed cases, 142 deaths; National Guard to assist at Elkton prison

RELATED: Jim Tressel praises Gov. Mike DeWine's handling of the coronavirus crisis

RELATED: Ohio Department of Natural Resources suspends fishing and hunting licenses for non-residents of the state

RELATED: State Rep. Tavia Galonski of Akron calls for criminal investigation into President Trump's handling of COVID-19 crisis

RELATED: Dr. Amy Acton: 'You will look back and know you helped save each other in this state'

RELATED: Virus is mostly mild and rarely fatal for US kids, data show

Paid Advertisement