Minnesota Lt. Gov. Recovers From COVID-19 Case

St. Paul, MN (KROC-AM News) – The list of Minnesotans who have had so-called “breakthrough” COVID-19 infections now includes Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan.

She posted on Twitter this morning that she tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday after apparently being infected while caring for her eight-year-old daughter, who contracted the viral illness and tested positive on Friday. last week. Flanagan also noted that she and her husband are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Flanagan’s social media posts indicate that she and her husband were both staying at home to take care of their daughter and getting tested regularly. She says the results all came back negative until Friday, when she tested positive on a rapid test that was confirmed by a PCR test.

Flanagan described her symptoms as “resembling a cold” and said she will stay home to recover to make sure she doesn’t infect anyone else. she also said she looks forward to getting a booster shot for herself and getting her children vaccinated once she and her daughter are feeling better.

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Vrbos are generally more expensive and intended for larger groups than Airbnbs, but some Vrbos are very expensive. This one in St. Louis Park, Minnesota is one of the more expensive Vrbos in Minnesota. It’s huge, very modern, and the pool is a saltwater pool. There is also a cat in some of their photos and it is adorable. The cat is in 3 of the photos, let’s see if you can find the 3. It’s like Where’s Charlie!

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