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2-year-old boy in Franklin County tests positive for coronavirus

The toddler is at home.

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Franklin County Public Health has confirmed a 2-year-old has tested positive for the coronavirus.

A spokesperson for Franklin County Public Health said the toddler got it from someone else in their home, which is one of the other cases already confirmed in Franklin County.

The 2-year-old is at home and not in the hospital, the spokesperson said. The condition of the toddler was not released.

The Ohio Department of Health reported there were 67 cases in the state on Tuesday, including four cases in Franklin County.

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