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19 additional cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Cleveland, bringing the city's total to 312

There are currently 1, 848 hospitalizations statewide.

CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Department of Health confirmed an additional 19 cases of coronavirus in the city Sunday afternoon. The new cases raise the city's total to 312, including 3 deaths. 

The new cases include males and females ranging in age from their 20s to their 90's 

The Department of Health is working to contact those who may have been in contact with the patients. 

As of Sunday afternoon, there are currently 6, 604 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Ohio,with 253 deaths and 1848 hospitalization. 

To view a map of cornavirus cases by zip-code, click here.

Gov. Mike DeWine is expected to resume his daily press briefings along side Dr. Amy Acton and Lt. Gov. John Husted Monday at 2 p.m.

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