Ohio Attorney General Tests Positive For COVID-19
A spokesperson for Ohio Attorney General David Yost says the Republican has tested positive for COVID-19. The spokesperson says Yost was infected over the holidays. The spokesperson says he is feeling well, is following advice of his doctors and is recovering at home. Yost joins a list of more than a dozen Ohio lawmakers, mostly Republicans, who have tested positive since the pandemic began in March. State health officials Wednesday reported 7,814 new cases of COVID-19 and 121 new deaths. The state now has more than 742, 800 cases and more than 93 hundred deaths.