Va Gov. Northam: Mild-cold like symptoms developed over the weekend but ‘feeling better’ during Monday update
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam is providing Commonwealth residents an update regarding his and first lady Pamela Northam’s COVID-19 diagnosis.
“Pam and I continue to make good progress. Over the weekend, I developed some mild-cold like symptoms, including losing my sense of smell, but otherwise we are doing well and staying in good spirits,” said Northam.
During the 90 second update, Northam said he continues to work with state lawmakers on the latest coronavirus developments in the state in addition to putting the finishing touches on the state budget.
The Northam’s have been isolation since announcing their positive test results on Sept. 25. You can watch Northam’s update in the video posted below:
Pearl and I are back with another update. Over the weekend, I developed some mild cold-like symptoms, but I am feeling good and continue to do the work of the Commonwealth.@FirstLadyVA and I are grateful to everyone for continuing to take #COVID19 seriously––let’s keep it up. pic.twitter.com/4ev1X1uKkl— Ralph Northam (@GovernorVA) October 5, 2020
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