Coronavirus: 32,477 total cases, 1,987 deaths reported in Ohio

There have been a total of 32,477 cases of coronavirus and 1,987 deaths reported in Ohio, according to the Ohio Department of Health.

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There have been 30,305 confirmed cases and 1,788 deaths reported during the pandemic, as well as 5,511 hospitalizations and 1,443 ICU admissions.

This week, Ohio continues to see more industries resume service with fitness centers, pools and Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicle offices able to reopen Tuesday.

Water parks are not included with pools. No reopening date for water parks has been set at this time.

Non- and low-contact sports, such as golf, baseball, softball, tennis and paddle sports, can also resume beginning Tuesday.

Gov. Mike DeWine is expected to give an update on the pandemic and the state’s response Tuesday.

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