Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot declared Tuesday that she tested positive for COVID-19.
Lightfoot, 59, who is completely vaccinated and gotten a promoter shot, uncovered in a tweet that she is encountering “cold-like symptoms” yet in any case feels fine.
The mayor, a Democrat, said she will keep on working while isolated at home.
Lightfoot’s conclusion came as the Windy City on Tuesday announced 4,793 new Covid cases – down from last week’s average case count of 5,189, news detailed.
In the interim, West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice on Tuesday night additionally tried positive for the Covid in the wake of encountering “moderate symptoms,” for the duration of the day, his office said in an assertion.
The 70-year-old Republican woke up with clog and a hack, prior to fostering a high fever, and his pulse and pulses turned out to be “amazingly raised,” the assertion said.
Justice is similarly fully vaccinated and boosted. He is undergoing a monoclonal antibody treatment at the recommendation of his physicians, his office said.