The Ohio Government Mike DeWineMike DeWine Hill Morning Report – Presented by the Aviation Pilots Association – Negotiations ‘far apart’ as negotiations result slightly ahead of time the Ohio Governor tested negative in review. overnight Healthcare coronavirus test: Ohio Governor tested positive for COVID-19 before Trump’s visit | The United States has signs of a coronavirus apex, but difficult days lie ahead Trump: COVID-19 vaccine could be ready ‘on election day’ MORE (R) tested negative for coronavirus for the second time on Saturday after he received conflicting positive and negative results two days earlier.
According to a report from Politico, the Midwestern leader and wife were examined again “with great caution,” at Ohio State University.
“Fran and I have been checked back today # COVID-19. @OSUWexMed have done PCR tests, and the results for both tests are negative, ”DeWine tweeted, referring to himself and his wife. “Thank you to everyone who gave our best wishes to our families and staff! Was #InThisTogetherOhio! ”
Today, Fran and I have been checked into # COVID19. @OSUWexMed performed PCR tests and the results for both tests were negative. Thank you to everyone who gave our best wishes to our families and staff! We are #InThisTogetherOhio!
– Governor Mike DeWine (@GovMikeDeWine) August 8, 2020
DeWine first said he tested positive for the virus on Thursday before his scheduled meeting with President TrumpDonald John Trump: Joe Arpaio lost for his former position when chief Trump denied the notion that Russia is defaming Biden: ‘No one is tougher with Russia than me’ Trump issued economic executive orders but still Not yet signed MORE in Cleveland this week. DeWine tweet Fifth that he did not experience symptoms at the time.
“I fully looked forward to meeting the president that morning,” DeWine said at a press conference Friday. “But as we were driving to the airport to meet him, I was called and informed of my positive results.”
However, a few hours later on Thursday, the governor did another kind of check but the results were negative on two different diagnostic backgrounds.
DeWine’s office said the second test was the PCR test, “known to be extremely sensitive, as well as specific, to the virus,” while the test was done on Thursday morning. a rapid point-of-care antigen test at a mobile testing site supported by the Republican National Committee.
The PCR test is the most commonly used test in the country and the conflicting results emphasize the importance of accuracy for both the patient and the medical professional as the county continues to be devastated by the virus.