CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - The latest update from the Ohio Department of Health on Monday showed 142 Ohioans have died from the coronavirus with 4,450 cases confirmed statewide.
Gov. Mike DeWine extended a stay-at-home order for all Ohioans until May 1.
Here are today’s links:
- Coronavirus death toll up to 142 in Ohio; 4,450 cases reported statewide
- Number of shoppers in stores will be limited under Ohio Gov. DeWine’s extended stay-at-home order
- 10 Ohio inmates, 27 staff members at state prisons test positive for COVID-19
- Approximately 25% of Ohioans who were hospitalized due to COVID-19 have recovered, says Dr. Acton
- 6 Ohio venues have been selected so far as part of buildup to create more hospital space for coronavirus surge
- Ohio officials to begin random tests to determine how many COVID-19 cases there are statewide
- Health officials discuss latest coronavirus cases in Cuyahoga County and at jail facility
- Ohio Troopers Organization calls for emergency pay during state of emergency
- Ohio’s stay-at-home order changing shopping policies
- Houston Astros pitcher Joe Smith, wife to donate meals to a Lorain hospital this week
- 13 new cases of COVID-19 in Cleveland; brings total to 216 confirmed cases citywide
- Trump, Biden spoke by phone about coronavirus outbreak
- California to lend 500 ventilators to national stockpile
- Wisconsin moves forward with election despite virus concerns
- 10th anniversary of Dyngus Day Cleveland to be held virtual and free to public next week
- Hilton and American Express to donate up to 1 million rooms to frontline medical professionals during COVID-19 pandemic
- 4 Cleveland police officers have tested positive for COVID-19
- Everyday hero sewing hundreds of masks to keep others safe
- Cleveland area hospitals say they’re ready to tackle the corona virus
This story will be updated throughout the day.