Jim Jordan Reveals He Had COVID-19 This Summer

Rep. Jim jordanJames (Jim) Daniel Jordan The Memo: Gosar Censored, But Toxic Culture Grows The Memo: Democrats May Regret The Search For Bannon Meadows Is The Subject Of Increasing Attention In The Jan. 6 Panel MORE (R-Ohio) revealed in a recent interview that he had COVID-19 over the summer, but declined to reveal if he has been vaccinated.

Jordan, while speaking to Spectrum News, said he had the virus in early summer, and recalled that he did not feel well while residing in Ohio. The legislator also said that he has since undergone an antibody test that showed his levels were “strong.”

“I had the virus, I do not talk about my state of health with the reporters, but I had the coronavirus and I recovered, and they actually did antibody tests, or they did that antibody test, and it showed that my antibodies were strong”, Jordan said during last week’s interview.

“In fact, the doctor said, ‘You’re in the strong category, you could donate plasma,'” he added.

When asked if he knew he had the virus, Jordan said he remembers not feeling well during the summer when he was in Ohio.

“I think it was early summer when, when I wasn’t feeling well, I was back when I was in Ohio,” he said.

Jordan told Spectrum News in June that he had not been inoculated against COVID-19, noting that they were testing him frequently.

Jordan has criticized COVID-19 mitigation measures in the past. During a congressional hearing in April, the legislator questioned Anthony FauciAnthony Fauci 3 in 4 Americans say their lives are back to “ normal ”: survey Most Americans celebrate holidays with people outside their immediate homes: Feehery survey: The honest opposite MORE on when the United States could stop discussing public health precautions, such as wearing masks and physical distancing.

“When will Americans regain their freedom?” Jordan asked. “We had 15 days to stop the spread, which turned into a year of lost freedoms.”

He later argued that Americans’ First Amendment rights had been “trampled on” during the pandemic, pointing to masking orders, curfews and capacity limits for companies.

Fauci later said that comments like Jordan’s are “quite frustrating.”

Several congressional legislators tested positive for COVID-19, both before and after the vaccines were licensed in the US.

Jordan announced in October 2020 that he had tested negative for COVID-19 after then-President TrumpDonald TrumpOvernight Energy & Environment – Biden to Release 50 Million Barrels of Oil Reserve On The Money – Biden: America Should ‘Rest Easy’ on Prices Former NYPD Commissioner to Testify Before the Jan.6 Committee and demands MORE apologies revealed that he tested positive for the virus.



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