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Cleveland reports single-day record increase of 75 new coronavirus cases

The city of Cleveland reported a single day record high increase of 75 new coronavirus cases on Sunday.

As coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Ohio continue to rise in recent days, Cleveland reported a single-day record increase with 75 new confirmed cases on Sunday.

The 75 new cases bring Cleveland's total number of cases to 2,245 total with 75 fatalities. No new fatalities were reported on Sunday.

“Today, we’ve had our highest number yet of coronavirus cases in the City of Cleveland,” said Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson. “Make no mistake - the virus has not gone away. If we don’t double down on prevention and take these measures seriously, the effects will be devastating.”

As of Sunday, Ohio has had 46,790 confirmed coronavirus cases and 2,564 fatalities. You can find more information regarding Ohio's coronavirus numbers and trends here.

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