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16 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Cleveland, bringing city's total to 232

The Department of Health is working to contact those who may have been in close contact with the patients.
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CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Department of Health has confirmed an additional 16 cases of coronavirus (COVID-19), bringing the city's total to 232. 

The new cases include males and females ranging in age from their 30's to their 80's. The Department of Health is working to contact those who may have been in close contact with the patients.

As of Tuesday, Ohio has had 4,782 confirmed coronavirus cases, 1,354 of which have resulted in hospitalization, 417 ICU admissions and 167 deaths. 

Watch DeWine's most recent press conference, below: 

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