Antibody Testing Shows COVID-19 Cases Were in Ohio as Early as January
Up until now, the first three cases were reported on March 9
New testing shows the first COVID-19 cases were in Ohio at least a month before anyone knew, state Health Director Dr. Amy Acton said.
Antibody testing has found that there were five cases of the coronavirus in January in five different counties, she said. Up until now, the first three cases were reported on March 9.
Increased antibody testing will allow health officials to learn more about the disease and how long it has been spreading, Acton said.
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