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Former star NFL player tests positive, game canceled, cases surge, more

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Here is our regular roundup of coronavirus facts, figures and numbers regarding Cleveland, Ohio, the United States and the world Oct. 31-Nov. 6:

Oct. 31: It’s reported that Carney’s and Dreamers in Cleveland are cited for disorderly activity and after-hours sale of alcohol, a violation of the cut-off time enacted to stem the spread of coronavirus. Ohio records 2,915 new cases.

Nov. 1: State officials report The Islander Bar & Grille in Middleburg Heights and Sky Mediterranean Lounge in Parma Heights are cited for improper conduct-disorderly activity for after-hours alcohol sale. The Ohio Department of Health reports the number of confirmed or probable infections rises to 219,000, up 3,303.

Nov. 2: Ohio sees 2,909 new cases. The number of deaths increases by 37 to 5,340. So far, 1 in 53 Ohioans have had or have the virus. The state health department confirms 30 new cases in Cleveland, bringing the city’s total to 6,518 confirmed. Iran records 440 deaths, the nation’s highest ever. Soccer teams Ajax and Dynamo Kiev have been hit by positive cases before Champions League matches. Ajax says 11 players tested positive. Read from source….