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Cuyahoga County officials address details of 26 confirmed cases of coronavirus

The age range is from 14 to 86.

CLEVELAND — There are 26 confirmed cases in Cuyahoga County, health officials announced during a press conference Wednesday morning.

These numbers do not include positive cases in the city of Cleveland as those are reported independently, officials said.

Of those 26 people, the age range is from 14 to 86 with a date of illness onset from Feb. 29 to March 15.

Two of those people are currently hospitalized.

Health officials say there are zero deaths in Cuyahoga County from the virus.

Meanwhile, Cuyahoga County has established a helpline, which can be reached at 1-855-711-3035.

On Tuesday, the number of confirmed cases in Ohio reached 67 -- including the first in Lake County. New numbers are released by the Ohio Department of Health daily at 2 p.m. You can see those updated numbers each day HERE

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