CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - The latest update from the Ohio Department of Health on Sunday showed 39 deaths from the coronavirus and 1,933 confirmed 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:
- 39 deaths from coronavirus now confirmed in Ohio, 1,933 cases statewide
- Gov. DeWine extends Ohio school closures to May 1 during coronavirus pandemic
- Ohio’s coronavirus hospitalization rate is approximately 25%
- Ohio Gov. DeWine honors Dr. Amy Acton with empowering video on National Doctor Day
- COVID-19 patient leaves inspiring ‘Thank you’ message to his caregivers at Cleveland Clinic
- First responders to receive prioritized testing for COVID-19 at Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals
- Sen. Rob Portman donates paychecks to Ohio non-profits, talks about state’s response to COVID
- Cuyahoga County received over 300 complaints about businesses not following Ohio Gov. DeWine’s orders
- Health officials discuss latest coronavirus cases in Cuyahoga County, the hardest hit area in Ohio
- Brunswick businesses giving free food to service industry workers amid COVID-19 pandemic
- Part-time contractor for The Ohio Department of Youth Services tests positive for COVID-19
- Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown calls on General Electric to use Ohio workers to produce ventilators
- Sokolowski’s University Inn closes temporarily due to COVID-19 pandemic
- ’One-Man-Parade’ spreading hope in Lakewood during coronavirus pandemic
- 9 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Cleveland; brings total to 110 confirmed cases
- Legislation introduced to inform Ohio first responders of possible COVID-19 exposure
- Summit County announces COVID-19 Small Business Relief Grant Program
- Financial First Aid: Your COVID-19 resource guide for Northeast Ohio
- Tips to stay sane with the shelter in place order
This story will be updated throughout the day.