Ohio governor’s second new crown test results turned negative before positive

On August 7, according to foreign media reports, on the 6th local time, Ohio Governor Mike dwayn announced that his new coronavirus test results were negative. Earlier in the day, dwayn was positive before welcoming president Trump’s visit. < / P > < p > it is reported that dwayn’s wife and other staff members also tested negative for the new crown. They received a more accurate test in Columbus, and dwayn received a rapid test before he met trump. Mr. Devine said he felt good and had no symptoms. Dwayn, 73, was one of the first Republican politicians to advocate wearing masks and other anti epidemic measures. He said he had received some “bad text messages” and some said he tested positive to prove that wearing a mask was meaningless. < / P > < p > “this virus is very stubborn,” dwayn said before the negative results appeared. “Even if you’re very careful, even if you’re wearing a mask, there’s a risk of infection.” But he added that if people wear masks, the chances of avoiding a positive test are greatly increased.