New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu said on Twitter on Wednesday that he was “not feeling well” and would take the Kovid-19 test.
In a statement, the governor said he was “postponing today’s executive council meeting” with “extreme caution”.
“Even though Governor Sununu has been fully vaccinated against CVID-19, it has begun to isolate itself this morning and will soon be testing for COVID-19,” he said. Accordingly, we will update the people and hope that the regime will return to power soon, ”the message read.
The vaccine was administered on April 10 with a single injection of the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.
New Hampshire is currently hospitalized with 121 hospitalizations and currently has 2,864 positive cases reported. The state’s COVID-19 dashboard does not list positive tests for those who received the vaccine.
The governor wrote in Kentucky on Monday that he was in Kentucky to get his views on the land of education and best practices in one of the worst-hit states. On his Twitter account.
According to his Twitter account, he was on the Conway Scenic Railway over the weekend as part of his Super 603 tour. According to the campaign’s Facebook page, it was at the Ripodi farm in Warner, Tuesday, on the coast of the Republican Women’s Chile Festival and the New Hampshire Young Republican pigs.
Reporter Dan Alexander at Dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com or Twitter @DanAlexanderNH
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