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Budish, Cuyahoga County health leaders hold COVID-19 briefing

You may stream the information convention stay at WKYC.com, the WKYC app, Fb Stay, and YouTube.

CLEVELAND — Editor’s Observe: The above video aired on Wednesday, November 18, 2020.

On Friday, Cuyahoga County Government Armond Budish and leaders from the Cuyahoga County Board of Well being will maintain a digital media briefing to offer updates and information on the COVID-19 pandemic. 

You may stream the information convention stay at WKYC.com, the WKYC app, Fb Stay, and YouTube. 

Friday’s briefing comes after Cuyahoga County officers ordered a stay-at-home advisory that may final by way of December 17. The announcement was made throughout a joint assembly between the Metropolis of Cleveland and the Cuyahoga County Division of Well being, led by Budish and Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson. 

“We’re within the combat of our lives,” stated Budish throughout Wednesday’s announcement. “Extra Ohioans have died of COVID-19 than within the Korean and Vietnam wars put collectively. And it’s getting worse day by day.”

This comes as COVID-19 instances within the Buckeye State proceed to rise exponentially, and the county has skilled a current unprecedented surge of hospitalized people.

The stay-at-home advisory asks all Cuyahoga County residents to remain dwelling and keep away from heading out for pointless journeys. Those that stay inside the county are strongly suggested to not host company of their dwelling over the following 28 days as nicely, and in addition keep away from touring outdoors of the state.

Church buildings, banquet services and rental halls are additionally required “to proceed to implement all virus transmission prevention protocols and are suggested to restrict the variety of people in attendance to make sure protected distancing in any respect common companies, receptions and occasions reminiscent of weddings or funerals.”

All colleges and universities which are presently utilizing a hybrid of full in-person studying plan are suggested to transition to on-line distant courses after Thanksgiving.

Personal gatherings — each indoor and outside — are restricted to not more than 10 people.

You may learn the advisory beneath:

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