Washington, United States:
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, who gained nationwide recognition for tackling anti-unrest racism protests, tested positive Monday for coronovirus.
“COVID-19 has literally hit home. I have no symptoms and tested positive,” Bottoms tweeted.
In an interview with CNN, she revealed that she and her husband, who also tested positive, decided to take the test because he had been sleeping more than usual since Thursday.
“I’m still in a state of shock because I have no idea how we were exposed,” Bottoms said.
She also experienced mild symptoms – a mild headache and dry cough – but attributed them to allergies.
On May 29, when the protests in his city became disastrous, the people themselves were driven to national prominence as people created a ruckus about the police assassination of unarmed African-American George Floyd in Minneapolis.
He has since been mentioned as running mate for potential Democratic Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
America is the most difficult country in the world, which is confirmed in both cases and deaths. According to Johns Hopkins University, nearly 3 million COVID-19 cases have reported over 130,000 deaths.
The world’s largest economic power has experienced a resurgence of the virus since June that forced many states to suspend their phased economic re-operation.
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