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U.S. Border Patrol chief Raul Ortiz announced Wednesday that he has tested positive for COVID-19 after experiencing symptoms. He encouraged Americans to get vaccinated.

“Earlier today I was set to receive my Booster but was feeling symptomatic and took a #COVID test. I tested positive and am self-isolating, hopeful to feel better. My symptoms may have been worse had I not been vaccinated,” tweeted Ortiz, who has been the Border Patrol chief since August.

The article goes on to state the following:

“I urge everyone to follow the guidance from health professionals and get vaccinate. I am one of hundreds of #USBP personnel in quarantine. Our frontline agents have battled this virus from the onset and I commend them. We will continue to be #vigilant as we protect our nation,” he added.

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  1. Millions test positive for covid, my wife did, my daughter did, our pastor and his wife did, so what!! It’s old news now, so he tested positive

  2. Sure does. Hey , get the snake bite if you want. I’ll never willingly take that poison. Live and let live. Stop lying to people and telling them how mild your symptoms are because you are bitten. I don’t believe nothing these people say!!

  3. Can’t prove a negative. No one knows if they’re having a milder case than they would have. Only 2% died of covid and most were older than 85 and had co-morbidities. Obesity, diabetes and low Vitamin D3 levels were contributing factors. Not everyone is at the same level of risk yet a “one size fits all” is their solution. No thanks.


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