What we know about a new virus: Here’s what we know so far

GREENE, Ohio — A new strain of coronavirus has been discovered in Ohio.

The county library, which opened Monday, is the only local library in Ohio to offer classes to students who are at least 14.

The school is open to all students and staff, but it has limited seating and limited activities, said spokeswoman Tanya Davis.

The virus has been traced to an unidentified man who was diagnosed with the coronaviruses coronaviral and EVD in February, Davis said.

The man’s name is being withheld at the request of family members.

No other details were available.

The Ohio Department of Health and Environment and the Columbus Regional Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases and the Ohio Department for Health and Environmental Protection said there have been at least seven cases of coronovirus in Ohio and the virus is circulating.

In Columbus, there have already been three confirmed cases of EVD.

There is no indication that the new strain is linked to a recent coronaviolirus outbreak in the state, which has been linked to Ohio and its surrounding area.

In June, the Ohio health department reported a spike in cases of COVID-19.

More information on coronaviroids and coronavioid infections is available from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.