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Cleveland, OH Coronavirus Updates & Information For November 29 – Patch.com

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The state has had a two-day total of 17,065 new coronaviruses, according to the Ohio Department of Health.

The state has had a two-day total of 17,065 new coronaviruses, according to the Ohio Department of Health. (Shutterstock)

OHIO – The state has had a two-day total of 17,065 new coronaviruses, according to the Ohio Department of Health. The ODH released two days’ worth of COVID-19 data following the Thanksgiving holiday Thursday and reported a daily average for cases reported in the past seven day as 9,197. There have also been 72 additional coronavirus-related deaths and 474 new hospitalizations reported over the past two days. According to the ODH,… Read more

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Ohio State assistant football coach Larry Johnson will coach the Buckeyes Saturday after head coach Ryan Day tested positive for COVID-19.

COLUMBUS, OH – Ohio State assistant head football coach Larry Johnson will serve as interim head coach of the Buckeyes Saturday against the University of Illinois after head coach Ryan Day tested positive for COVID-19. … Read more

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Another player on the Cleveland Browns has tested positive for COVID-19, forcing the team to close its practice facility in Berea.

CLEVELAND, OH – Another player on the Cleveland Browns has tested positive for COVID-19, forcing the team to close its practice facility in Berea. The team made the announcement Thursday morning and said meetings will be conducted remotely while contact tracing is being conducted in order to identify high-risk close contacts. “The team will continue to consult with the league and medical experts on the appropriate next steps as the… Read more

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As COVID-19 continues to spread in Ohio, the state’s retail and hospitality industries are suffering.

COLUMBUS, OH — A major retailer and hotel group announced layoffs as November came to a close. The Ascena Retail Group announced layoffs in its Tween Brands and Catherine Stores, while the Renaissance Columbus Downtown Hotel also announced layoffs. Core Composites Cincinnati, a manufacturer in southern Ohio will lose 99 employees after a major client moved away from Ohio. The majority of the Ascena layoffs come from the Tween Brands,… Read more

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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine emphasized the fact that a new curfew order seeking to stop the spread of COVID-19 would not be perfect.

From the Ohio Capital Journal:… Read more

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