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A congressman from Massachusetts was diagnosed with the novel coronavirus and completed two doses of vaccination at the beginning of the month.

A congressman from Massachusetts was diagnosed with the novel coronavirus and completed two doses of vaccination at the beginning of the month.

According to CBS, Congressman Stephen Lynch, a Democrat from Massachusetts, who completed the second dose of Pfizer vaccine earlier this month, announced his diagnosis of COVID-19 on January 29.

Lynch’s spokesman Molly Ross Tapey said that a staff member of Lynch’s office first diagnosed COVID-19, and Lynch was subsequently diagnosed.” Rep.

Lynch has been vaccinated with a second dose of Pfizer and has also been negative in his coronavirus test before attending President Biden’s inauguration.

While Lynch is currently asymptomatic and feels good, he will self-quarantine and vote by proxy in next week’s session of Congress.”

In addition, Massachusetts congresswoman Lori Trahan also announced on January 28 that she had been diagnosed with COVID-19.

Trahan said in a statement on Twitter: “I’m lucky that I’m asymptomatic at the moment, and I immediately began self-isolation.”

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