NYC Mayor’s best tests for COVID

April 11, 2022

New York City Mayor Eric Adams has tried his best for COVID-19 and is separating while continuing to work, his secretary Fabien Levy said in a statement released Sunday.

“This morning, Mayor Adams woke up with a loud bang and, because of the amount of vigilance, he took a PCR test and now he’s back to normal.

“Right now, the mayor has no other signs, but he is finishing and canceling all public events for the rest of the week. He will soon start taking the anti-viral drugs that have been given. for free to the residents of New York City and to encourage all New Yorkers who are eligible for these medications to take along.

“While he decides, he will continue to serve New Yorkers on a long -distance basis.”

Earlier Sunday, Levy tweeted Adams took a rapid test that returned negative but was followed by a PCR test. The positive effect was not seen when Levy released it.

It is unknown when or where Adams was found. On April 2, he attended the Gridiron Dinner in Washington, DC, after a large number of people tested positive for COVID, The New York Post shown.

Adams, 61, was sworn into office in January and has worked to reopen the city due to illness.

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