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Weekly Reporter Roundtable

A drive-thru coronavirus testing facility run by the Cleveland Clinic.
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The Ohio Department of Health reported 879 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, bringing the state’s total number of reported and probable cases to over 100,000.

Gov. Mike DeWine, who tested negative for COVID-19 again this weekend, says the false positive he received last week should not lead people to believe testing is unreliable or doesn’t work.

Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher Weekly Reporter Roundtable: What the governor’s COVID-19 scare means for Ohio’s testing strategy.

Guests:

  • Jessie Balmert, state government reporter, Cincinnati Enquirer
  • Jo Ingles, reporter, Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau
  • Darrel Rowland, public affairs editor, The Columbus Dispatch

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