Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine Tests Negative For COVID-19 Hours After Testing Positive
The office of Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said Thursday he had taken a second coronavirus test that came back negative, just hours after his office said the governor had tested positive for COVID-19.
DeWine, 73, initially tested positive just ahead of a planned meeting with President Donald Trump, adding he was experiencing no symptoms but would quarantine at home for 14 days. His office said that while that test was part of the protocol the White House has instituted in order to meet with the president, it was an antigen test rather than a more sensitive PCR test.