Confirmed Ohio coronavirus cases rise to 564 and 8 deaths: Gov. Mike DeWine’s Tuesday, March 24 briefing
COLUMBUS, Ohio – There are now 564 people in Ohio who have tested positive for the new coronavirus, and eight people who have died from it, the Ohio Department of Health announced Tuesday afternoon. This includes a second death in Cuyahoga County.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – As the count of confirmed coronavirus cases in Ohio grew to 564 on Tuesday, more is starting to become known about the trends, from the type of care people need in hospitals to how Ohio’s case growth compares to New York.
Today was “sock it to Coronavirus” day! 🧦Tomorrow, it’s HATS off to our emergency workers! 👒🧢🎩 Keep the pictures coming by sharing them with your teachers and making your social media post PUBLIC and tagging #TheWarriorWay. pic.twitter.com/6dCzYIlWiY— Ontario Schools (@SchoolsOntario) March 24, 2020
We are all in this together! Day two of our Virtual Spirit Week really 𝙗𝙧𝙞𝙜𝙝𝙩𝙚𝙣𝙚𝙙 up our day!🌈 These students dressed in their best rainbow gear with some very sweet smiles.😊 #WhippetPride pic.twitter.com/QImmyn3IAC— Shelby City Schools (@shelbywhippets) March 24, 2020
Find the difference – Downtown Mansfield edition 💙— Downtown Mansfield (@OfficialDMI) March 24, 2020
As always please continue to support our downtown businesses and stay safe! pic.twitter.com/YowWXVSIE8