Louisiana rape-election hospitalized as a precaution for COVID-19 infection

According to the News Star, Luke Letlow (R-La.) Has been selected following a COVID-19 diagnosis.

Letlow announced on social media on Friday that he had tested positive for coronovirus and was quarantine according to the guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

“Thank you all for your kind words and prayers,” he wrote. “I tested positive for COVID-19, I’m resting at home, following all CDC guidelines, quarantine protocols, and recommendations from my doctors.”

Leslow was hospitalized the next day, according to a Louisiana newspaper with an abundance of caution.

Andrew Buttsch, a spokeswoman for Letlow, quoted the News Star as, “As a precaution and under the recommendation of his doctors, Congress-Elect Luke Letlow was admitted to the hospital (Saturday) for treatment for COVID-19 Is going.” .

Butsch has also contracted the disease.

Letloff won the 5th district seat of the Pelican State during the December 5 race and took the oath of office in January.

There were reports of Letlow’s diagnosis two Louisiana lawmakers and leaders tested positive for COVID-19.

Presidential election Joe BidenJoe Bidenas Consulate on Money to Close Two Russia: Congress Passes Bill to Prevent Shutdown as Coronovirus Talks Pull Over Weekend. Federal Reserve Action Relief Relief Negotiations Leading Legal Experts Urge Aggressive Immigration Action MoreThe transition team announced that Biden adviser Democratic Louisiana Rep. Cedric Richmond Was Tested positive for the virus earlier this week.

According to US News and World reports, Louisiana Republican Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser also announced he was positive on Thursday.


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