CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - The latest update from the Ohio Department of Health on Wednesday showed 193 Ohioans have died from the coronavirus with 5,148 cases confirmed statewide.
Gov. Mike DeWine extended a stay-at-home order for all Ohioans through May 1.
Here are today’s links:
- COVID-19 Tracker: Check out the latest on test results around the country
- Coronavirus death toll up to 193 in Ohio; 5,148 cases confirmed statewide
- Ohio Department of Health’s newest coronavirus curve projection shows drastic improvements from initial estimates
- Ohio corrections officer dies after testing positive for COVID-19; 65 inmates and staff members statewide have coronavirus
- Google study that collects cell data shows if Ohioans are staying at home during coronavirus pandemic
- Lake County confirms 5th COVID-19 death
- Cedar Point halts payments on passes due to uncertainty of park’s opening during coronavirus restrictions
- Health officials discuss latest coronavirus cases and Cuyahoga County’s response to COVID-19
- Cuyahoga County forces 1st 'non-essential’ business closure for violating Ohio’s stay-at-home order
- Cleveland native DJ Steph Floss keeping people dancing during the stay-at-home order
- Lyndhurst bans use of reusable shopping bags until 2021 due to coronavirus concerns
- Stocks opening modestly higher on Wall Street
- CDC weighs loosening back-to-work guidelines for some exposed to coronavirus
- New York’s coronavirus toll tops 9/11, while Wuhan ends lockdown
- Census sends paper forms to laggards as Midwest sets pace
- Credit rating agency says AMC Theaters is in big trouble
- Tenn. assisted living facility connects community with residents through pen pal program
- Wisconsin voters forced to choose between health, democracy
- Texas woman, 18, arrested after threatening to spread coronavirus, police say
This story will be updated throughout the day.