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Jesse Jackson moved to rehab, wife Jacqueline to ICU in COVID treatment


The Rev. Jesse Jackson has been moved to a bodily rehabilitation middle, even though his spouse Jacqueline was transferred to the intense treatment unit at the hospital where the two were being undergoing treatment for COVID-19.

The 79-yr-aged political activist and minister and his 77-year-previous spouse ended up admitted to Northwestern Memorial Clinic in Chicago last weekend.

Loved ones members stated in a assertion Friday that Jacqueline Jackson was moved to the ICU and was receiving oxygen, but breathing on her possess.

The assertion said that Jesse Jackson’s coronavirus symptoms had been subsiding, and that a healthcare facility concentrated on physical rehabilitation due to his Parkinson’s sickness.

“As his COVID-19 symptoms abate, his Parkinson’s has grow to be much more in aim. Thus, he has been transferred to The Shirley Ryan Ability Lab exactly where he will instantly get started intensive occupational and bodily therapy,” claimed a assertion from Jonathan Jackson, via the Rainbow Push Coalition.

Jackson, observed obtaining the COVID-19 vaccine in January, was transferred to a bodily rehabilitation middle for the duration of the hospitalization.
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The reverend was vaccinated versus COVID-19 in January, in a community marketing campaign to persuade black Americans to get the shot. A thirty day period immediately after having vaccinated, Jackson underwent gallbladder surgical treatment. 

Jackson advised The Associated Push on Tuesday that his wife was not vaccinated when she contracted the virus because of a “preexisting condition” that he would not elaborate on. She experienced been responding well to her therapies previously in the 7 days, according to the relatives.

“Both of our moms and dads are continuing to acquire fantastic healthcare care,” the Friday assertion said. “We urge that you continue to preserve them in your prayers simply because we know this is a critical sickness.”

The loved ones also urged “all who have not still been vaccinated for the COVID-19 virus to do so straight away,” in the statement.

In a statement, Jackson's family urged people to get vaccinated "immediately" as their parents receive treatment for COVID.
In a statement, Jackson’s spouse and children urged people today to get vaccinated “immediately” as their mom and dad acquire treatment for COVID.
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