Pamela Northam is the first lady of Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, a Democrat. Ralph Northam and First Lady Pamela Northam have both tried positive for COVID, as indicated by an announcement delivered Friday morning, September 25.
As per the announcement, an individual from the lead representative’s home staff, who worked inside the Northam’s living quarters, begun feeling manifestations and afterward tried good. The Northam’s were then tried, and came up sure.
Wishing @GovernorVA, @FirstLadyVA and all affected the swiftest of recoveries. We are all in this together in fighting this unprecedented pandemic.
— Terry McAuliffe (@TerryMcAuliffe) September 25, 2020
Her age is unclear.
Ralph Northam and Pamela Northam Tested Positive For COVID-19
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam and the first woman Pamela Northam have tried positive for COVID-19, the lead representative’s office reported on Friday.
The lead representative and first woman were cautioned Wednesday that an Executive Mansion staff part who works intently inside their living quarters had tried positive for the infection subsequent to creating side effects. The couple “got PCR nasal swab tests” on Thursday evening and the two tests returned positive.
As per an announcement from Northam’s office, the lead representative is asymptomatic as of now and the principal woman has gentle indications. The two of them will follow rules from the state wellbeing office and confine for the following 10 days while assessing their manifestations.
This is no longer about science. It’s about keeping people scared so they give government increasing control over their lives. https://t.co/JQTDsA1fJ8
— David Marcus (@BlueBoxDave) May 26, 2020
“As I’ve been reminding Virginians throughout this crisis, COVID-19 is very real and very contagious. The safety and health of our staff and close contacts are of utmost importance to Pam and me, and we are working closely with the Department of Health to ensure that everyone is well taken care of,” Northam said in a statement. “We are grateful for your thoughts and support, but the best thing you can do for us—and most importantly, for your fellow Virginians—is to take this seriously.”
The organization included that the lead representative and first woman are both in “quite a while” and that Gov. Northam is keeping in contact with his bureau and staff and plans to “satisfy his obligations from the Executive Mansion.” Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax, a gubernatorial applicant and second in line for the governorship, given an announcement after the news was shared.