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Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson to address COVID-19 vaccinations

Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson will maintain a digital press convention at 2 p.m. on Tuesday to handle coronavirus vaccinations.

CLEVELAND — Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson will maintain a digital press convention at 2 p.m. on Tuesday to handle the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine.

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Mayor Jackson’s press convention will stream reside within the video participant above, in addition to on WKYC’s Fb web page. He shall be taking questions from the media, in addition to space residents.

The coronavirus vaccine started being distributed to frontline care staff final week. It has since begun distribution to nursing properties.

On Monday, town of Cleveland reported 234 new coronavirus circumstances and one coronavirus loss of life. That brings town’s complete variety of coronavirus circumstances to 17,148 and its complete variety of fatalities to 180.

Final week, Cuyahoga County Government Armond Budish introduced that the county could be extending its stay-at-home advisory to Jan. 15, 2021. 

“This pandemic is getting worse, not higher. And whereas the vaccines are offering hope, we nonetheless have some chilly, darkish, harmful months to outlive,” Budish mentioned on Friday. “To that finish, I’m saying that our county board of well being is extending the stay-at-home advisory till January 15, 2021. These are important weeks. Now we have to comply with the stay-at-home advisory and all the opposite protocols. We all know that they work, when you comply with them.”

Initially issued on Nov. 18, Cuyahoga County’s stay-at-home advisory asks all Cuyahoga County residents to remain residence and keep away from heading out for pointless journeys. Those that reside throughout the county are strongly suggested to not host company of their residence and in addition keep away from touring exterior of the state.

Church buildings, banquet amenities 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 secure distancing in any respect common companies, receptions and occasions resembling weddings or funerals.”

Personal gatherings — each indoor and out of doors — are restricted to not more than 10 people.

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