Sarah Palin said that she tested positive for Covid-19 and urged people to take measures to prevent the coronavirus, such as wearing a mask in public.
“Through all of this, I think that wearing a bulky mask indoors in a crowd not only allows people to discover invisible new luxury goods, but also believes that it is better than not taking any action to slow down the spread,” Republican vice presidential candidate in 2008 Palin told reporters. People magazine.
She said in the statement: “History will prove that our visitors in “The Masked Singer”
It is not clear when Palin, 57, tested positive. She told the magazine that other members of her family had also tested positive.
She said her case showed that “anyone can catch it.”
Palin said: “I strongly encourage everyone to use common sense to avoid spreading this virus and other viruses.” He called on people to be vigilant but not afraid.
She said that she also suggested “re-arrangement of personal time and resources to ensure that a lifestyle is created as healthy as possible, so that when the virus becomes infected, at least certain protective measures must be taken to combat it.”