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NY Mayor Eric Adams Tests Positive for COVID-19

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NY Mayor Eric Adams Tests Positive for COVID-19

NY Mayor Eric Adams Tests Positive for COVID-19

NY Mayor Eric Adams , Tests Positive for COVID-19.

A spokesperson for Mayor Adams confirmed the diagnosis on April 10.

NBC News reports Adams was in attendance at the superspreader Gridiron Club dinner last weekend in Washington, D.C.

NBC News reports Adams was in attendance at the superspreader Gridiron Club dinner last weekend in Washington, D.C.

At least 67 attendees, including Attorney General Merrick Garland and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, tested positive for COVID-19 afterwards.

At least 67 attendees, including Attorney General Merrick Garland and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, tested positive for COVID-19 afterwards.

Adams lifted vaccine mandates for indoor establishments last month.

NBC News reports that while the BA.2 Omicron subvariant has caused COVID cases to rise in NYC, .

NBC News reports that while the BA.2 Omicron subvariant has caused COVID cases to rise in NYC, .

Hospitalizations and death rates remain low.

Hospitalizations and death rates remain low


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