Democratic congresswoman Ayanna Pressley announced that she, along with a record number of Bostonians, Massachusetts residents and Americans, have been tested positive for COVID-19.
“After experiencing COVID-like symptoms, this morning I received a positive, groundbreaking COVID-19 test result,” she said in a statement. “Fortunately, my symptoms are relatively mild and I am grateful to be fully vaccinated and boosted. I am currently isolating and following all health protocols to limit further spread and keep my loved ones and the community safe.”
She added that she is grateful to “the scientists, scientists and health professionals at the forefront who have worked tirelessly to develop vaccines that are safe and effective and ensure that our society is protected,” she added.
She is not the first local politician to come up with a case on COVID. Senator Elizabeth Warren announced on December 19 that she also had a mild breakthrough case of COVID-19.
Massachusetts reported its highest number of COVID-19 cases ever at 21,137 yesterday, the Herald reported.
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