CLEVELAND — The number of COVID-19 cases in Ohio has dropped for the fourth day in a row, according to numbers released by the Ohio Department of Health.
As of Sunday, there are 15,963 probable cases in Ohio.
On Thursday, Ohio had an additional 577 new daily cases. On Friday, the new daily cases were down to 475. That number further diminished on Saturday with the state reporting 418 new cases. On Sunday, that number dropped to 375 new cases.
Vinton County is still the only county that has reported zero cases.
There have been 728 reported deaths due to the virus. There have been 3,178 hospitalizations and 952 ICU admissions.
On Monday, Gov. Mike DeWine is expected to announce his plan to begin the gradual reopening of Ohio beginning May 1 and cities across the state are working to prepare.
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