COVID-19 cases in Ohio climbs to 67

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As confirmed cases of COVID-19 continue to climb around the world, the numbers continue to climb in Ohio. In a press briefing, Governor Mike DeWine has shared the latest information. Currently, there are 67 confirmed cases on COVID-19 in Ohio, in 16 counties and among those cases 17 persons are hospitalized.The breakdown of cases county-by-county are below:

Cuyahoga: 31

Bulter: 6

Franklin, Lorain and Summit: 4

Medina and Stark: 3

Belmont, Coshocton and Trumbull: 2

Darke, Geauga, Lake, Lucas, Mahoning and Tuscarawas: 1

Of all cases in Ohio, Age range 14-86 years, Median age 48. Even in 40 to 50-year-olds, the fatality rate can be 1 in 250, according to Gov. Mike DeWine.

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