City of Cleveland Provides General Updates on Coronavirus (COVID-19) Protocols - Update #19

Saturday, March 28, 2020

CLEVELAND – In accordance with Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s Proclamation of Civil Emergency, the City of Cleveland continues to take numerous precautions across multiple departments and divisions amid increasing cases of coronavirus (COVID-19). Click here to view the mayor’s declaration. As a reminder, the State of Ohio’s stay-at-home order will remain in effect until 11:59 p.m. on April 6, 2020.  It is important to read the order in entirety.

During this time, essential services such as Police, Fire, EMS, waste collection and Utilities are fully operational. There are still limited hours for the public to access some City buildings like City Hall for limited services and the City has moved to an essential workforce until further notice.

View today’s video message and week-in-review from Mayor Frank G. Jackson.

Sherwin-Williams Donates 3,000 N-95 Masks to Cleveland Emergency Medical Service

Sherwin-Williams has generously donated 3,000 N-95 masks to the Cleveland Division of Emergency Medical Service.  Sherwin-Williams has been and continues to be a vital community partner to the City of Cleveland.  This contribution highlights their commitment to being a part of the solution to this global crisis.

“The N-95 masks donated to the Division of EMS will help provide the women and men on the front lines with proper protection as they provide medical care to our community,” said Mayor Frank G. Jackson.  “This essential equipment comes at a time when there is a nationwide shortage of personal protective equipment for healthcare providers and first responders. I thank Sherwin Williams, Chairman & CEO John Morikis, their leadership team and employees for their partnership.”

The donation was organized by Heidi Petz, President & General Manager, Sherwin-Williams, Consumer Brands Group NA to protect the Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics while providing in-field care during the COVID-19 pandemic.

19 New Cases of COVID-19 in Cleveland

The Cleveland Department of Public Health (CDPH) today has been notified of 19 more confirmed test results for coronavirus (COVID-19) in residents of the city. This brings the total to 92 confirmed cases. The new cases include males and females, whose ages range from 20’s to 90’s. CDPH is working to identify any close contacts of these residents who would require testing or monitoring for symptoms of COVID-19.

In order to protect the individuals’ privacy, the Cleveland Department of Public Health will not be releasing any additional demographic information related to these new cases.

As of today, there have been more than 111,000 confirmed cases and 1,800 deaths related to COVID-19 in the United States.

View the Cuyahoga County Department of Public Health’s map showing the confirmed cases by zip code throughout Cuyahoga County.

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