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Assemblymember Niou has COVID

BY THE VILLAGE SUN | Assemblymember Yuh-Line Niou revealed on Sunday that she has COVID.

In a tweet to her 53,300 followers at 6:41 p.m., the Lower Manhattan assemblymember reported that she has the virus, is quarantined, had not been around groups of people since Thursday and tested positive Sunday.

In response to a question on Twitter about her condition, Niou said she was mainly feeling tired, plus a little achey and feverish and coughing a bit.

Niou is currently running for the state Senate against incumbent Brian Kavanagh and District Leader Vittoria Fariello.

2 Comments

  1. Patrick Shields Patrick Shields April 18, 2022

    New Yorkers are still dying of Covid-19 and variants, yet our supposedly responsible, and supposedly progressive and supposedly courageous Democratic elected officials continue to appear publicly, indoor and out, without masks, in crowds.

    Show me a candidate in any of the Downtown races willing to accept the public shaming, willing to show leadership on the pandemic, and they’ll have the support of all the sensible, quietest voices in the room.

    At the moment they all seem to believe, in the pandemic sense, that they are above the law, or health reality.

    Speaking truth to power, and speaking AND DEMONSTRATING truth to constituents, no longer exists in clubby Downtown get out the vote for our so-called local hero politics. Getting Covid is now acceptable to the so-called anti-pandemic Downtown left.

    The anti-mask, “pandemic is already over” crowd has neutered Downtown electeds, who continue to count on luck, rather than show true, ongoing, til the end of the pandemic leadership. Which means continuing to emphasize boosters, continuing to emphasize vaccination completion, and emphasizes mask wearing in crowds.

    One death continues to be too many. Any positive case is a possible death.

  2. Anthony Anthony April 18, 2022

    Yuh-Line Niou, you have had such a wonderful spirit all these recent years. Bless you, listen to the body, please take good care, and thank you so much for all you do and give. A moment for you now. Take in.
    Gratitude.

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