CLEVELAND — This afternoon, Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish and leaders from the Cuyahoga County Board of Health are holding a briefing with the latest on the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
You can stream the briefing on WKYC.com, the WKYC app, Facebook Live, and YouTube.
The update from Cuyahoga County comes just a day after Governor Mike DeWine revealed that 65% of Ohioans are now in red counties, meaning high exposure and spread of the coronavirus.
Cuyahoga County and Summit County have returned to a Level 3 coronavirus advisory. Nearby Portage County, Stark County and Mahoning County remain red as well.
Northeast Ohio is hardly alone in this regard as 29 of Ohio's 88 counties are currently listed as red, which indicates "very high exposure and spread."
Altogether, 65 percent of Ohioans are currently living in red counties, with a total of 52 counties currently considered "high incidence."
The increase in red counties across Ohio comes as the state has seen a recent spike in its coronavirus data. On Friday, the Ohio Department of Health reported over 2,000 new cases for the third straight day.