Ohio COVID Cases Exceed 3,000 Again/Governor Presses Ohioans To Vote

(24/7 News Source) -- Sunday's report from the Ohio Department of Health revealed another single-day total of more than three-thousand new COVID-19 cases.

Public officials gave word of three-thousand-303 newly confirmed cases of Coronavirus in the period from Saturday to Sunday with two new deaths.

Governor Mike DeWine released an open letter to Ohioans on Sunday pressing Buckeye State residents to vote in the election and encouraging folks to be vigilant when it comes to Coronavirus.

DeWine said that time is not on our side and that when the election is over, we must as Ohioans immediately pull together to fight the virus. Appearing on CNN Sunday, DeWine predicted that President Trump would win Ohio by 2 percentage points.

Ohio voters have a lot of decisions to make this year between the presidential race, members of Congress and various issues and ballot initiatives around the state. Polls will be open 6:30am-7:30pm on Tuesday.

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