The Ohio Department of Health is warning Ohioans to stay away from places where coronavireas are being spread and to use condoms if they are exposed.
Officials with the Ohio Department for Health are also encouraging people to use a “biohazards checklist” when traveling to and from places infected with coronavires.
Those who are infected with the coronavis can have severe reactions to antibiotics, including fever, diarrhea, pneumonia and death.
Anyone who has had an exposure should seek medical care immediately, officials said.
The CDC has said it is not yet known how the coronas spread.
Officials at a coronaviral surveillance center in Columbus, Ohio, on Thursday said that the outbreak has reached as far as the Northeast Ohio Regional Medical Center in Cleveland, which has treated more than 200 cases.
The outbreak is also spreading in Pennsylvania, Indiana and Wisconsin.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has warned of potential coronaviroclavirus-related health risks in the Northeast.