Rumors have circulated for weeks about Ohioans who were notified that they tested positive for COVID-19 without ever being tested for the virus.
According to most accounts, someone was in line to take a test and then bailed when they grew tired of waiting.
Until now, there has been no official confirmation of this.
At a fundraiser Wednesday in Madison Township, Auditor Keith Faber reportedly spoke about this phenomenon and said that his office has verified five actual cases in a little over a week.
Republican State Central Committeeman John Plecnik was in attendance and shared Faber’s words in a social media post.
Ohio Statehouse News reached out to Faber’s office but have not yet received a response.
“He asked everyone in attendance that Wednesday evening to share what he said to social media,” said Plecnik. “I asked him if he was serious, and he said yes, please share.”
No official Ohio reporting line has been set up as of yet. Auditor Faber’s office can be reached by calling 614-466-4514.
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According to the governor, no one should think that any such thing is true. This must of course be an anomaly, just like the anomalous false positive test that the Governor may or may not have experienced when he may or may not have had the inclination to meet with the conservative republican president of the United States yesterday. The one million three-hundred thousand tests that most Ohioans took were of course scientifically administered by experts who know what they are doing and of course we should all have the greatest confidence in these experts and the systematically administered free tests that they offered here in Ohio out of the goodness of their hearts. They were free, right? Cause I would guess about $100 a pop for something like that once everyone gets their cut. Anyway, good thing the Governor of New York is coming to his senses.
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