Chris Christie Finally Admits People Should Wear Masks After Spending 7 Days in Hospital With COVID-19
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie finally admitted that COVID-19 is “something to take very seriously” and that people should wear masks after he spent seven days in a hospital ICU unit with coronavirus, notes NBC News:
I believed that when I entered the White House grounds, that I had entered a safe zone, due to the testing that and I and many others underwent every day. I was wrong. I was wrong to not wear a mask at the Amy Coney Barrett announcement and I was wrong not to wear a mask at my multiple debate prep sessions with the President and the rest of the team...
No one should be happy to get the virus and no one should be cavalier about being infected or infecting others. It is something to take very seriously. The ramifications are wildly random and potentially deadly.
Christie thanked “the manufacturers of Remdesivir and the Eli Lilly monoclonal anti-body cocktail for giving me access to their extraordinary treatments. I am confident that all of those factors contributed to my good health today.”
(Source: NBC News)