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Department of Health: 70 new coronavirus cases reported among Cleveland residents

There were no new deaths reported.

CLEVELAND — There are now 3,812 confirmed cases among Cleveland residents, the Department of Health reports Wednesday.

The 70 newly reported cases include both men and women ranging in age from under 8 years old to their 90's. The Department is working to contact those whom may have been in close contact with those most recently diagnosed. 

The city's current death toll stands at 83.

For the latest information on the coronavirus in Cleveland, click here.

As of Wednesday afternoon,The Ohio Department of Health reports there are 78,742 cases of coroanvirus, 9,864 hospitalizations with 3,235 deaths across the state. 

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