CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - The latest update from the Ohio Department of Health on Tuesday showed eight deaths and 564 confirmed coronavirus cases statewide.
Gov. Mike DeWine signed a stay-at-home order for all Ohioans, which went into effect at 11:59 p.m. on March 23 and extends into early April.
Here are today’s links:
- Ohio Gov. DeWine says health is more important than economy, seemingly distancing himself from President Trump
- Coronavirus death toll climbs to 8 in Ohio, 564 cases confirmed statewide
- ODJFS director addresses questions about unemployment claims and the overloaded system
- Do you really need to change your clothes in the garage following a trip to the grocery store?
- Cleveland colleges prepping dorms for health care workers on the front lines of the coronavirus
- Approximately 16% of individuals who tested positive for COVID-19 in Ohio are health care workers
- Ohioan living in Spain worries about the U.S. response to coronavirus outbreaks
- Tri-C donates N-95 masks and other personal protection equipment to help battle COVID-19
- Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will host induction ceremony on Nov. 7 in Cleveland
- Whiskey maker to produce hand sanitizer that will be supplied to Cleveland Clinic hospitals
- Unused PPE from now-closed school clinics donated to Cleveland, Cuyahoga County health officials fighting coronavirus
- Florist adorns Cleveland with another ‘living billboard,’ set up at Edgewater Beach
- Website to file Ohio unemployment claims is down for 2nd day in a row during coronavirus pandemic
- Avon Lake officer tests positive for COVID-19; 5 cases confirmed in the city
- Resident at Beachwood assisted living facility tests positive for COVID-19
- Lakeland Community College employee tests positive for coronavirus
- UH announces new remote monitoring system that could help COVID-19 patients from home
This story will be updated throughout the day.