Coronavirus US Updates: Ohio governor tests positive

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Coronavirus US Updates: Ohio governor tests positive
Coronavirus US Updates: Ohio governor tests positive

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday as part of the protocol to greet President Donald Trump at a Cleveland airport, his office said.

DeWine has no symptoms and plans to quarantine at his home for the next two weeks, his office said.

– Florida has 3 counties with no ICU beds

In Florida, 17.4% of the state’s ICU beds were open as of Thursday morning, according to the state’s Agency for Healthcare Administration.

Forty-two hospitals had no available beds while 35 hospitals had just one, the agency said.

Three counties — Monroe, Nassau and Okeechobee — had no available ICU beds.

These numbers are expected to fluctuate throughout the day as hospitals and medical centers provide updates.

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