Tag Archives: Covid-19

SENATOR RAND PAUL: “I have been retested and I am negative.”

Rand Paul, Twitter

Two weeks ago, Autism Investigated reported that Senator Rand Paul tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. At the time, Autism Investigated wished him a speedy recovery. Today, Autism Investigated is pleased to reciprocate Senator Paul’s announcement that he has now tested negative. He is now volunteering at a local hospital to treat patients, including those with COVID-19.

This is great news for Senator Rand Paul and for everyone who wished him well. Autism Investigated congratulates him for his speedy recovery and wishes him further luck at his hospital where he is now a volunteer doctor. Thank you everyone who joined Autism Investigated in wishing for the recovery that has now become reality.

COVID-19: Wishing Senator Rand Paul Another Speedy Recovery

Several years ago, Senator Rand Paul was wished a speedy recovery when he was assaulted by a neighbor over political differences. Now Senator Paul is being wished a second, speedy recovery.

Today this afternoon, Senator Rand Paul announced that he had tested positive for COVID-19. He is the first US Senator to test positive in a viral pandemic that has sickened over 300,000 people and killed nearly 15,000 people worldwide. So far, he is feeling fine.

Senator Paul’s diagnosis should serve as a reminder to all of us that we need to do our part to avoid the spread of this contagious disease. The more we work together and take personal responsibility, the more we can do our part to end the virus’ spread while protecting our civil liberties.

So wash your hands thoroughly (30 seconds, including the backhand, between the fingers and the fingernails). Stay home as much as possible. Work from home if you can. Cough in your elbow, and avoid touching your face. Never go out if you feel sick. If you feel sick and you’ve traveled internationally or have come in contact with someone who has COVID-19, seek medical assistance. Together, we can beat this thing.