There are now 1,137 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Ohio, 19 deaths

Posted at 2:01 PM, Mar 27, 2020

CLEVELAND — In a daily update on coronavirus cases, the Ohio Department of Health confirms there are now 1,137 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state, an increase of 270 over the previous day, and 19 deaths, four more than Thursday.

There are 276 hospitalizations in the state, an increase from the 223 hospitalizations reported on Thursday.

Patients who tested positive for the coronavirus range in age from under 1 years old to 96 years old.

On Thursday, there were 867 confirmed cases in Ohio, and 15 deaths.

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