Ohio governor tests positive for COVID-19

Mike DeWine
FILE – Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine speaks Jan. 21, 2022, in Newark, Ohio. DeWine won high marks early in the pandemic with his stay-at-home mandates. But now Mike DeWine is facing backlash for those moves from his party’s far-right faithful as he runs for a second term. (AP Photo/Paul Vernon, File)

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine (R) announced Friday that he tested positive for COVID-19 and has been experiencing mild symptoms, his office said in a Twitter thread.

“Today, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that he has been diagnosed with COVID-19 by his personal physician,” his team wrote. “Governor DeWine has been experiencing mild symptoms such as a runny nose, headache, body aches, and a sore throat.”

DeWine received a monoclonal antibody treatment Friday evening and is in quarantine.

Both DeWine and his wife are fully vaccinated, each having received the two-dose vaccination and a booster shot.

DeWine also tested positive for the virus in August 2020, but it was later proved to be a false positive.

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