OHIO – Governor Mike Dewine has just confirmed that Ohio has its first three positive cases of COVID-19 coronavirus in Ohio.
Dewine declared immediately that Ohio will be in a state of emergency and is taking aggressive action.
All three cases are from Cuyahoga county Ohio, and all three people are in their 50s. Dewine said the two were recently on a cruise in the Nile, and the third at a APA conference in Washington DC.
The state is now able to test for the virus quicker with new lab testings.
To avoid getting flu or COVID-19 CDC suggests
Washing your hands often with soap and water
cover your cough and sneeze with a tissue
stay home if you are sick
avoid close contact with people that are sick
avoid touching your face.