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    3 Ohioans In Cuyahoga County Test Positive For Coronavirus

    Gov. Mike DeWine issued a state of emergency on Monday afternoon.

    By Chris Mosby, Patch Staff
    Mar 9, 2020 3:27 pm ET | Updated Mar 9, 2020 5:30 pm ET



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    COLUMBUS, OH Three Ohio residents have tested positive for the new coronavirus, Gov. Mike DeWine announced Monday afternoon. These are the first cases of coronavirus in Ohio. Five other residents are awaiting test results for the virus.

    DeWine issued a state of emergency Monday afternoon. He said the emergency declaration would allow state officials to more easily procure needed resources to deal with the virus.

    "From what we see from around the world, and the United States, this disease will, for a period of time, disrupt our lives," the governor said.

    Two of the Ohioans who tested positive were recently on a cruise on the Nile River, according to DeWine. The third person was visiting Washington, D.C., for the AIPAC conference, officials said during an afternoon news conference. All three Ohioans are quarantined in their homes, Cuyahoga County Board of Health Commissioner Terry Allan said.

    The three Ohioans range in age from 54 to 56, Allan said, and neither of them live in the city of Cleveland, Allan said. He said he could not pinpoint exactly where in the county the three people live.

    Health officials are now investigating who the three Ohioans may have been in contact with. Six Ohioans have already been asked to self-quarantine. If they do not develop symptoms, they'll be able to end the quarantine, Allan said.

    "People shouldn't be nervous. People should get ready, they should get educated," Allan said. He added that Ohioans with questions or concerns should call the state's coronavirus call center at 833-427-5634.

    Don't miss the latest coronavirus updates from health and government officials in Washington. Sign up for Patch news alerts and newsletters for what you need to know daily.

    Health officials were already monitoring 255 people who may have come in contact with the virus while traveling. Those persons have not yet begun showing symptoms.

    Allan said Ohioans should anticipate additional cases of the new coronavirus, also called COVID-19, in coming days. He said departments will work together and will respond in a coordinated manner.

    There are currently 607 confirmed cases of the COVID-19 virus in the U.S. and 22 related deaths as of Tuesday afternoon, according to Johns Hopkins University.

    Precautions

    State officials are being cautious to protect residents, DeWine said. The governor is canceling all travel for state employees that is not essential. The state has also activated its emergency operating system to coordinate among different departments.

    Dr. Amy Acton, the director of the Ohio Department of Health, said COVID-19 poses the largest risk to people who are elderly, immunocompromised, severely overweight or battling a chronic illness.

    The governor said voters who are taking part in the March 17 primary are being encouraged to cast their ballots beforehand. Ohio has about 75 voting locations within nursing homes, DeWine said, and those locations will be moved.

    State officials will also consider shutting down events that draw large crowds. DeWine said he will be in communication with organizers of several events, including the upcoming NCAA basketball tournament games.

    Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson added that Cleveland city officials have not yet decided whether to cancel any upcoming events. Both Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Vice President Joe Biden are holding rallies in Cleveland on Tuesday evening.

    DeWine said he would not block anyone from holding a political rally, but he encouraged older Ohioans to "think long and hard" before going to the events.

    Last week, Ohio officials barred fans from attending the Arnold Sports Festival in Columbus. DeWine said the presence of international competitors and spectators, along with the promise of free movement throughout the city, made the presence of fans untenable.

    Allan encouraged Ohioans to stay home when they're sick, wash their hands regularly and clean shared surfaces daily. He said companies should explore telecommuting. The Ohio Department of Health said residents should follow the same health and safety tips they practice during flu season to halt the spread of coronavirus.


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    Stay home if you become sick.

    Wash your hands often with soap and water. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand rub.

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    [QUOTE=Librarian;21054]3 Ohioans In Cuyahoga County Test Positive For Coronavirus

    Gov. Mike DeWine issued a state of emergency on Monday afternoon.

    By Chris Mosby, Patch Staff
    Mar 9, 2020 3:27 pm ET | Updated Mar 9, 2020 5:30 pm ET



    https://patch.com/ohio/cleveland/3-o...ve-coronavirus
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    COLUMBUS, OH — Three Ohio residents have tested positive for the new coronavirus, Gov. Mike DeWine announced Monday afternoon. These are the first cases of coronavirus in Ohio. Five other residents are awaiting test results for the virus.

    DeWine issued a state of emergency Monday afternoon. He said the emergency declaration would allow state officials to more easily procure needed resources to deal with the virus.

    "From what we see from around the world, and the United States, this disease will, for a period of time, disrupt our lives," the governor said.

    Two of the Ohioans who tested positive were recently on a cruise on the Nile River, according to DeWine. The third person was visiting Washington, D.C., for the AIPAC conference, officials said during an afternoon news conference. All three Ohioans are quarantined in their homes, Cuyahoga County Board of Health Commissioner Terry Allan said.

    The three Ohioans range in age from 54 to 56, Allan said, and neither of them live in the city of Cleveland, Allan said. He said he could not pinpoint exactly where in the county the three people live.

    Health officials are now investigating who the three Ohioans may have been in contact with. Six Ohioans have already been asked to self-quarantine. If they do not develop symptoms, they'll be able to end the quarantine, Allan said.

    "People shouldn't be nervous. People should get ready, they should get educated," Allan said. He added that Ohioans with questions or concerns should call the state's coronavirus call center at 833-427-5634.

    Don't miss the latest coronavirus updates from health and government officials in Washington. Sign up for Patch news alerts and newsletters for what you need to know daily.

    Health officials were already monitoring 255 people who may have come in contact with the virus while traveling. Those persons have not yet begun showing symptoms.

    Allan said Ohioans should anticipate additional cases of the new coronavirus, also called COVID-19, in coming days. He said departments will work together and will respond in a coordinated manner.

    There are currently 607 confirmed cases of the COVID-19 virus in the U.S. and 22 related deaths as of Tuesday afternoon, according to Johns Hopkins University.

    Precautions

    State officials are being cautious to protect residents, DeWine said. The governor is canceling all travel for state employees that is not essential. The state has also activated its emergency operating system to coordinate among different departments.

    Dr. Amy Acton, the director of the Ohio Department of Health, said COVID-19 poses the largest risk to people who are elderly, immunocompromised, severely overweight or battling a chronic illness.

    The governor said voters who are taking part in the March 17 primary are being encouraged to cast their ballots beforehand. Ohio has about 75 voting locations within nursing homes, DeWine said, and those locations will be moved.

    State officials will also consider shutting down events that draw large crowds. DeWine said he will be in communication with organizers of several events, including the upcoming NCAA basketball tournament games.

    Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson added that Cleveland city officials have not yet decided whether to cancel any upcoming events. Both Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Vice President Joe Biden are holding rallies in Cleveland on Tuesday evening.

    DeWine said he would not block anyone from holding a political rally, but he encouraged older Ohioans to "think long and hard" before going to the events.

    Last week, Ohio officials barred fans from attending the Arnold Sports Festival in Columbus. DeWine said the presence of international competitors and spectators, along with the promise of free movement throughout the city, made the presence of fans untenable.

    Allan encouraged Ohioans to stay home when they're sick, wash their hands regularly and clean shared surfaces daily. He said companies should explore telecommuting. The Ohio Department of Health said residents should follow the same health and safety tips they practice during flu season to halt the spread of coronavirus.




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