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City of Cleveland confirms nine new cases of COVID-19, bringing the city's total to 110

475 people are hospitalized statewide due to COVID-19.
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CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Department of Health has confirmed nine new cases of coronavirus in the city. 

The cases include both male and females bringing the city's total to 110. 

The patients range in age from their teens to 80 years old. Officials did not provide any information on whether the cases are being quarantined at home or have been hospitalized.

As of Monday afternoon, the Ohio Department of Health is reporting that there are now 1,933 confirmed coronavirus cases in the state. 39 people have died. 

Monday's briefing was highlighted by Gov. DeWine's announcement that the state's K-12 schools will remain closed through May 1. "We will evaluate as we get closer to that date."

Watch the most recent press conference with Dr. Acton and Gov. DeWine below:  

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