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Jesse Jackson, wife Jacqueline ‘responding positively’ to COVID-19 treatments

The Rev. Jesse Jackson and his spouse Jacqueline had been “responding positively to treatments” for COVID-19 in a Chicago hospital on Sunday, their son stated.

The pair have been admitted to Northwestern Memorial Healthcare facility a day earlier just after contracting the virus.

“Both are resting easily and are responding positively to their treatments,” Jonathan Jackson, 1 of the couple’s 5 youngsters, claimed in a assertion to the Associated Press.

“My household appreciates all of the expressions of concern and prayers that have been provided on their behalf, and we will go on to offer our prayers for your relatives as perfectly,” the son mentioned.

The 79-12 months-aged civil rights chief, who suffers from Parkinson’s disease, was vaccinated for the coronavirus in January. A month later he underwent gallbladder operation.

The vaccination position of his 77-year-previous wife was not clear. Family members instructed the AP that she has an underlying overall health condition that led to some issues in the days foremost up to their hospital admission.

With Publish wires

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