LARGO, Md. (WJZ) – Prince George County Executive Angela alsobrooks said she has tested positive for COVID-19. In addition, who has been fully vaccinated and is in good health, also said that she is experiencing mild symptoms.
Additionally, brooks said she will be celebrating a virtual Christmas in a statement:
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“Just to be on the safe side as my family is getting ready for the Christmas holidays this weekend, I did a home COVID test and then a rapid test this morning. Both tests were positive. I am currently isolating at home pending the results of the PCR test. I feel fine with only mild symptoms, thanks to my vaccinations and strengthening. To keep my parents and family safe, we canceled our Christmas dinner at my house and will be gathering most of the year. I would like to once again remind the Prince of Georgia to be cautious with family gatherings this year, and if you have not been vaccinated or boosted, plan to do so as soon as possible. ”
In addition ,brooks is the latest among local leaders to test positive last week. Governor Larry Hogan announced that he tested positive on Monday and the next day Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski announced he had tested positive.
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