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Five coronavirus cases confirmed in Cleveland

The new patients are a man between the ages of 40 and 50 years old and a woman between the ages of 20-30.

CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Department of Public Health has confirmed five cases of coronavirus in Cleveland, Tuesday evening. 

The new patients are a man between the ages of 40 and 50 years old and a woman between the ages of 20-30.

Officials are working to contact those who have been in contact with the man. 

As of Monday afternoon, the Ohio Department of Health has confirmed 50 cases of the disease within the state, spanning 12 counties. The age range of the patients is from 14-86. 

During Sunday's press conference, Dr. Amy Acton says that due to the rapid and ongoing changes, it is becoming increasingly harder to provide accurate updates. 

You can watch the most recent press conference from Mike DeWine below: 

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