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Update: In remarks on Thursday afternoon, Governor DeWine shared, “I don’t know where I got it. Frankly, we just can’t figure it out.” Dewine shared that he intended to undertake his regular duties while in quarantine at his Cedarville home. “I feel fine,” the Governor said, noting that he had had a headache today.

Later, the Governor announced that a second test had yielded a negative result:

Our original story is below:


Governor Mike DeWine has tested positive for COVID-19.

The test came as a part of standard procedures before DeWine was to greet President Trump Thursday morning at Cleveland’s Burke Lakefront Airport.

The Governor has no symptoms at this time, according to a news release.

In a tweet (see below), DeWine indicated that he will be quarantining from home for the next 14 days.


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