Va Gov. Northam issues update on his, First Lady COVID-19 diagnosis
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam on Monday provided an update to Commonwealth residents regarding his and first lady Pamela Northam’s COVID-19 diagnosis.
“We’re on the mend, we fill good, and we continue to do the work of Virginians,” said Northam.
Last week, both tested positive for the virus after coming into contact with a staff member that received a positive test. In the video update, Northam also took the opportunity to say this to Virginians.
“This is a reminder that this virus is still out there. We want you all to remain vigilant, continue to wear your masks, keep your distance, and wash your hands,” Northam said. The full video update from Northam can be found below.
Just wanted to share a quick update on how @FirstLadyVA and I are doing. We thank our friends and fellow Virginians for the prayers and kind wishes, and we appreciate everyone continuing to take #COVID19 seriously. Grateful to Pam for the camerawork and to Pearl for the cameo! pic.twitter.com/zIzw7rR7X5— Ralph Northam (@GovernorVA) September 28, 2020
Photo/Video Courtesy: Gov. Ralph Northam via Twitter