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Ohio coronavirus cases, hospitalizations return to higher February levels; see county, statewide trends –

Counties in the Greater Cleveland area have among the highest coronavirus vaccination rates in the state



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CLEVELAND, Ohio – Both newly reported coronavirus cases over the last week and the current patient count in hospitals have edged up to their highest levels since late February in Ohio as the state races toward vaccinating enough people to head off a spike like the one that occurred in the fall.
Over the last week, an average of 2,066 cases per day have been reported by the Ohio Department of Health.
The state through Monday has now reported 18,827 deaths, 54,167 hospitalizations and 1,041,389 cases…

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