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Health Commissioner: Numbers trending in right direction

TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -

Lucas County Health Commissioner Dr. Grossman says the numbers are trending in the right direction, but they are still waiting on results from water samples submitted to lab Sunday.

He also said there have been no reports of serious illnesses from the water.

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