INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett announced Sunday that he has tested positive for COVID-19.
According to the mayor he is currently isolating at home and will continue to quarantine per CDC guidelines.
Mayor Hogsett says he has both his vaccines and his booster shot and has experienced only minor symptoms of the virus.
“After experiencing mild symptoms, I took an at-home test and tested positive for COVID-19," said Mayor Hogsett. “Thanks to my vaccine and booster shot, I am experiencing very minor symptoms, and continue to encourage all Indianapolis residents to get their vaccine to reduce their risk of serious illness.”
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After experiencing mild symptoms, I took an at-home test and tested positive for COVID-19. Thanks to my vaccine and booster shot, I am experiencing very minor symptoms, and continue to encourage all residents to get their vaccine to reduce their risk of serious illness.— Mayor Joe Hogsett (@IndyMayorJoe) April 17, 2022
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