Jim Justice: West Virginia Governor says he feels better after being diagnosed with Covid-19, credits vaccine with saving his life
“Fortunately, I feel a lot better today,” Justice said. “I desperately want to get out of this house and return to service our state. I’m not the type to hang around.”
“Without a doubt, choosing to get the vaccine and booster saved my life, that’s all. So, more than ever, I strongly encourage all West Virginia to protect themselves and to protect themselves. their family by being vaccinated “, judges justice. added.
The 70-year-old woke up Tuesday morning with a congestion and a cough, eventually developing a headache and fever, according to a statement released Tuesday. By the late afternoon, his blood pressure and heart rate were high and he had a high fever.
Results of a rapid test in the morning came back negative but a PCR test came back positive, said the judge, who was forced to postpone a speech on the state of the state to the West Virginia legislature.