CLEVELAND, Ohio — The city of Cleveland on Saturday recorded 21 new coronavirus cases and no new deaths.
The new report brings the number of confirmed and probable cases within the city to 5,650, according to the Cleveland Department of Public Health. The average age of those with the virus is 42 years old, with 55% being female and 45% male.
Of those, 148 have died from the virus since March.
About 12% of the cases required hospitalization as of Saturday, according to the Cleveland health department.
Fifty-nine percent of the people infected were Black and 25% were white, according to the health department’s website. One percent was listed as “American Indian Alaskan Native,” while the rest were classified as “other” or “unknown.”
The ages of the people who newly contracted the virus range from babies to those in their 80s, the city said.
The new numbers were release shortly after Ohio reported 1,341 new coronavirus cases statewide, along with eight moredeaths. That brings the total of confirmed and probable coronavirus cases up to 129,785, with 4,256 deaths, according to the state Health Department.
Both statewide and local coronavirus figures tend to lag on weekends due to reporting delays.
According to Johns Hopkins University, the U.S. has more than 6.2 million confirmed coronavirus cases and more than 188,000 deaths.