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Cuyahoga County health officials discuss latest increase in area’s COVID-19 cases

Cuyahoga County officials discuss economic impact during coronavirus briefing
Cuyahoga County officials discuss economic impact during coronavirus briefing
Updated: Jun. 5, 2020 at 8:35 AM EDT
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CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Officials from the Cuyahoga County Board of Health addressed the area’s latest cases of the coronavirus and what is being done to help local businesses during the health pandemic.

Commissioner Terry Allan was joined by Executive Armond Budish and CCBH Director Dr. Heidi Gullett for the weekly briefing from the agency’s headquarters in Parma.

As of Friday morning, the Ohio Department of Health says Cuyahoga County has the second highest number of cases across the state with 4,732.

At least 259 deaths have been reported in Cuyahoga County, including Cleveland.

Previously, Dr. Gullett highlighted the number of individuals within Cuyahoga County Board of Health monitoring jurisdiction that have recovered from COVID-19.

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