CLEVELAND — Officials in Cleveland have confirmed 22 additional residents have now tested positive for coronavirus raging in age from their 20s to their 70s.
The new cases bring the total number of cased in the city to 203, with two deaths.
As of Sunday, the Ohio Department of Health reports that there are now 4,043 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the state. 119 people have died, while 1,104 more are hospitalized.
For the first time in 27 straight days, Gov. DeWine did not hold a press briefing to to discuss the states response to the coronavirus pandemic.
You can watch a replay of Gov. DeWine's press conference from Saturday, April 4 in the player below: