Ohio Gov. Mike DeWineJohn Minchillo | APOhio Gov. Mike DeWine tested positive for the coronavirus Thursday before he had been scheduled to greet President Donald Trump upon his arrival in Cleveland, an announcement from DeWine’s office said.DeWine, a Republican, has no signs of this virus, but aims to quarantine in his house for the next two weeks, according to the statement.The statement came soon after Trump abandoned the White House to go to Ohio, where he’s set to talk about the market and excursion a Whirlpool manufacturing plant. Trump on the excursion can also be scheduled to take part in a roundtable affair with his fans and also attend a fundraising committee reception in the day.”I wish to just say a very good buddy of mine only tested positive, do you understand that?” Trump told a crowd of fans out Air Force One later he landed at the Buckeye State.”Our amazing governor, governor of Ohio, DeWine, only tested positive, only here. And we would like to wish him the very best. He will be OK,” Trump said. “But he is a fantastic man, he has done a wonderful job.”DeWine, 73, is the next person to have tested positive for Covid-19. Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt of Oklahoma was diagnosed with the virus at mid July.DeWine had postponed his Thursday briefing about the virus so as to attend Trump’s coming, based on Cleveland.com. This briefing was allegedly postponed until Friday at two p.m.Trump landed before 2 p.m. ET at Burke Lakefront Airport in Cleveland, where DeWine had intended to greet him on the tarmac. DeWine was analyzed as a member of this “standard protocol” for meeting the president, according to the announcement from the sheriff’s office.His evaluation, which allegedly delivered results in hours, came back positive, DeWine’s office stated. He’ll go back to Columbus, the nation’s capital, in which he and his wife, first woman Fran DeWine, will probably be equally analyzed, ” the announcement said.”The President wants Governor DeWine a quick and complete recovery and commends the project he is doing for the excellent state of Ohio,” White House spokesman Judd Deere said in a statement to CNBC.Ohio was struck hard by the coronavirus. There were 96,305 complete confirmed and probable cases of Covid-19 from the country since the pandemic started, together with a total of 3,596 deaths, according to the Ohio Department of Health.The coronavirus has infected over 4.8 million people in the USA, killing over 158,000, based on Johns Hopkins University.Amid a month’s increase in Covid-19 instances, DeWine has lately imposed additional steps to attempt and slow down the spread of this disorder from his state.Ohio a week declared that a statewide mask mandate alongside most people in indoor public areas, in addition to in outdoor scenarios where a social space can’t be maintained. DeWine has also suggested a strategy to prevent all alcohol sales at restaurants and pubs later 10 pm every day.– CNBC’s Christina Wilkie contributed to the report.