CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Department of Health confirmed an additional three coronavirus related deaths in the city, Wednesday.
The most recent deaths include a man in his 70's, a woman in her 90's and a woman in her 80's. The new fatalities bring the city's death toll to nine.The residents that have died range in age from less than one year old to in their 90's.
In addition to the newly reported deaths, the city also confirmed an additional 17 new cases of coronavirus, bringing the city's total to 352.
The new cases include men and women ranging in age from their 20's to their 90's.
The Department is working to contact all of those who may have been in contact with the recently diagnosed patients.
As of Wednesday, Ohio has had 7,791 positive coronavirus cases, 2,237 of which have resulted in hospitalization, 677 ICU admissions and 361 deaths. Dating back to the discovery of Ohio's first positive coronavirus case on March 9, DeWine has taken a number of measures to encourage physical distancing, including a stay-at-home order that's currently in effect until May 1.
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