Omaha, Nebraska 2021-04-07 17:45:05 –
Omaha, Nebraska (KMTV) — Congressman Don Bacon told 3 News that he was infected with COVID-19 in late 2020. He hopes that others will strongly consider vaccination with the COVID-19 vaccine.
In December 2020, Bacon’s office issued a statement that he had been exposed and quarantined, but it was previously unknown whether he actually caught COVID-19.
This is coming as new, NPR / PBS NewsHour / Marist Poll shows 49% of Republican men They said they would not be vaccinated.
Republicans said the virus was resistant to the lungs in a statement recommending that Nebraskas be vaccinated.
Bacon said many of those men thought well and wanted the vaccine to save lives and broken hearts. He said some of his friends died of the virus.
Republican Senator Ben Sasse is also responding to polls.
“The truth is, COVID doesn’t care about party affiliation. Vaccines are an opportunity to get COVID, and the data show that it’s working,” Senator Sas said in a statement. It was.
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