Governor DeWine: 10 Coronavirus Deaths in Ohio

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Ohio Governor Mike DeWine hosted his daily coronavirus briefing at the Statehouse in Columbus Wednesday. It was announced that another two deaths and 140 cases of coronavirus were confirmed. The Ohio Department of Health is reporting 182 hospitalizations Wednesday and 75 patients in an intensive care unit. The total number of statewide cases stands at 704, including 116 health care workers. There are 10 deaths reported from the virus. The Governor’s “Stay at Home Order” remains in effect until April 6th. The public is allowed to leave their home for food, groceries, prescriptions, health care and to take care of family members. Recreation outside like walking or golf is permitted with some restrictions. Schools remains closed until April 3rd, although it’s likely they will not reopen this year.

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