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Maryland first lady tests positive for COVID-19

Maryland first lady tests positive for COVID-19
In a statement on his Twitter account, Hogan revealed that his wife tested positive for a breakthrough infection “as part of our weekly testing regimen.”

 

Yumi Hogan is currently experiencing “mild symptoms” as a result of being “vaccinated and boosted,” the governor added. 

  

“She will quarantine at Government House,” he said. 

 

Larry Hogan, a cancer survivor, added that he tested negative on both rapid and PCR tests, urging Marylanders “to get boosted for maximum protection against the Omicron variant.”

 

Yumi Hogan’s infection comes just a month after the governor tested positive for COVID-19.

Hogan wrote on Twitter in December that he received a positive rapid test for COVID-19 during his “regular testing routine.” He said he is vaccinated and received a booster shot and is “feeling fine at the moment.”

The U.S. is seeing a spike in cases nationwide, with the highly mutated omicron variant spreading across the country. 

Maryland declared a 30-day state of emergency in the first week of January that was aimed at helping hospital staff and mobilize members of the National Guard to help staff at COVID-19 testing and vaccine sites as the state deals with a massive surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations. 



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