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Sarah Palin On Her COVID-19 Diagnosis: My Case Is One That Proves Everyone Can Get Infected

Sarah Palin On Her COVID-19 Diagnosis: My Case Is One That Proves Everyone Can Get Infected
Sarah Palin On Her COVID-19 Diagnosis: My Case Is One That Proves Everyone Can Get Infected
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Sarah Palin has tested positive for COVID-19 and encourages others to continue to take the pandemic seriously.

The former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican runner-up-to-TV host confirms that she contracted the coronavirus, as did some of her family members, including her 12-year-old son Trig.

Palin, 57, a mother of five with Todd's ex-husband, says her case is proof that "anyone can get it."

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Talking about her diagnosis, Palin explained that it started when one of her daughters woke up and realized that she had lost her sense of taste and smell, after taking the test - she immediately tested positive for COVID-19, after which she was quarantined.

“Then I noticed symptoms in my son Trig, who, oddly enough, is very enthusiastic about wearing masks, and after our many negative tests over the course of a year, he tested positive,” Palin says. "Children with special needs are vulnerable to COVID-19 [Trig was born with Down syndrome], so he was prescribed azithromycin for the fever, which seems to have helped, and I increased the amount of vitamins I added to his puree."

Palin and her son "began to experience symptoms overnight with mild fever and muscle soreness."

She adds that she had some of the "strange" symptoms associated with the virus, such as loss of taste and smell, which led her to speculate that it was "the unmistakable COVID-19 that caught me."

Palin said COVID-19 could “really knock you off your feet,” urging everyone to remain vigilant about public health amid the ongoing pandemic.

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