Coronavirus: No people under investigation in Ohio for virus as more negative tests return

OHIO — Ohio health officials said there are no longer any people in the state that are being tested for possible Coronavirus, according to corrected state numbers issued Friday morning.

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The newly released numbers show that seven people have tested negative for the virus.

There have been no confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Ohio.

Another 212 have been or are under public health supervision. Travelers under the public health supervision are not showing symptoms of coronavirus.

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