Gov. Sununu evaluated by hospital to determine cause of flu-like symptoms – WMUR Manchester

WMUR NEWS 9 AT NOON STARTS RIGHT NOW. >> BREAKING NEWS THIS NOON, GOVERNOR CHRIS SUNUNU’S CHIEF OF STAFF SAYS THE GOVERNOR IS BEING EVALUATED BY PORTSMOUTH HOSPITAL FOR FLU LIKE SYMPTOMS. THIS COMES JUST A COUPLE DSAY AFTER THE GOVERNOR TESTED NEGATIVE FOR COVID 19 THREE TIMES, AFTER HE STARTED FEELING ILL. HIS CHIEF OF STAFF SAYS HE HAS NOT BEEN HOSPITALIZED, BUT HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS ARE TRNGYI TO DETERMINE WHAT IS CAUSING THE SYMPTOMS TO BE SURE THEY HAVE ALL THE INFORMATION THEY ND.EE THE GOVERNOR’S OFFICE S

Gov. Sununu evaluated by hospital to determine cause of flu-like symptoms

Governor has said he tested negative for COVID-19 three times

Gov. Chris Sununu is being checked out at Portsmouth Hospital as he continues to be sick with flu-like symptoms, the governor’s staff said Friday.Sununu announced earlier this week that he had flu-like symptoms. He said he has tested negative three times for COVID-19, but his chief of staff, Jayne Millerick, said Friday that the cause of his symptoms is unknown.”Governor Sununu is being evaluated by Portsmouth Hospital this morning as a precautionary measure to determine the cause of the flu-like symptoms he has been experiencing this week,” Millerick said. “More information will be shared as it becomes available.”Millerick said Sununu has not been hospitalized.Sununu was tested for COVID-19 Wednesday, two days after returning from a trip to Kentucky, where said he learned how that state was handling a surge in the virus.

Gov. Chris Sununu is being checked out at Portsmouth Hospital as he continues to be sick with flu-like symptoms, the governor’s staff said Friday.

Sununu announced earlier this week that he had flu-like symptoms. He said he has tested negative three times for COVID-19, but his chief of staff, Jayne Millerick, said Friday that the cause of his symptoms is unknown.

“Governor Sununu is being evaluated by Portsmouth Hospital this morning as a precautionary measure to determine the cause of the flu-like symptoms he has been experiencing this week,” Millerick said. “More information will be shared as it becomes available.”

Millerick said Sununu has not been hospitalized.

Sununu was tested for COVID-19 Wednesday, two days after returning from a trip to Kentucky, where said he learned how that state was handling a surge in the virus.

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