West Virginia Gov. Justice says 'extremely unwell' from COVID, cancels annual state address
The 70-year-old governor tested positive Tuesday night
The Facts Inside Our Reporter’s Notebook
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice says he is feeling "extremely unwell" as a result of a COVID-19 infection and that as a result had to cancel his annual state of the state address Wednesday.
The Republican governor tested positive Tuesday night.
News updates from the governor’s office Tuesday and Wednesday say Justice is experiencing "moderate symptoms."
However, the governor, who says he is fully vaccinated and has received a booster shot, said Wednesday he's struggling with the illnesses.
"I feel extremely unwell at this point, and I have no choice but to postpone my State of the State address to the Legislature," the 70-year-old governor said in the Wednesday update.
Just News, No Noise
- Old case over audio tapes in Bill Clinton's sock drawer could impact Mar-a-Lago search dispute
- COVID vaccine trials document birth defects, lost pregnancies, FOIA requests reveal
- Durham objects to source of anti-Trump dossier wanting classified info for upcoming trial
- Trump Organization CFO pleads guilty to tax fraud in deal requiring him to testify
- Former NIH whistleblower: Political motives of entrenched bureaucrats harming public health