Lindsey Graham tests positive for COVID and attributes her minimal symptoms to vaccination
Sen. Lindsey Graham of United States said on Monday that he tested positive for coronavirus after getting vaccinated. Graham said he started suffering flu-like symptoms on Saturday night, according to a statement released by his office. He went to the doctor on Monday morning and “was just notified” of the positive test result, he claimed.
Graham said, I guess I have a sinus infection, and I am suffering moderate symptoms right now. For the next ten days, I will be quarantined.
I am glad I got vaccinated because I’m sure I wouldn’t feel as good as I do today if I hadn’t been “Graham stated his opinion. “My signs and symptoms would be much worse.”
Lindsey Graham, a 66-year-old Seneca Republican, is in his fourth term in the Senate. On the Senate Budget Committee, he is the ranking member. Spokesman of Graham, Kevin Bishop, said he doesn’t know if the senator is infected with the COVID-19 delta strain, which is becoming more widespread.
Test resut of Graham came a day after Dr. Anthony Fauci, President Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser, confirmed that certain vaccine-preventable diseases are happening. Fauci noted on ABC’s “This Week” that no vaccine is 100 percent effective, but that those who have been vaccinated are significantly less likely to become critically ill than people who have not been vaccinated.
According to Blue Lane News, the number of new coronavirus infections in the United States increased by more than 1.3 million in July, more than tripling from June. Last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggested that those who have been vaccinated wear masks in places where the coronavirus is spreading rapidly.
It’s a lot more about transmission,” Fauci explained. You want them to wear a mask so that if they do get infected, they don’t distribute it to sensitive others, such as youngsters or people with underlying problems, says the doctor.