Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and the state Department of Health ordered all hospitals to halt elective surgeries, hoping to free up equipment and staff for a predicted surge in COVID-19 patients.
Ohio had 67 confirmed coronavirus cases in 16 counties as of Tuesday and 17 people have been hospitalized.
Health officials say the second COVID-19 case in Columbus appears to be the result of community spread.
Today on Wellness Wednesday on All Sides with Ann Fisher, the latest local and state efforts to flatten the curve of coronavirus in Ohio.
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