Jacqueline Jackson Encourages People To Get Vaccinated After Bout With COVID-19

She had spent time in the ICU during her fight with the disease.

Jacqueline Jackson is encouraging the public to get the COVID-19 vaccine after her own serious bout with the disease.

According to her and husband Jesse Jackson’s son Jonathan Jackson, she is continuing to recover at home.

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“I am happy to share the good news with you, that my mother, Mrs. Jacqueline Jackson, is continuing to recover at home – a survivor of COVID – and a true proponent now of everyone getting vaccinated,” said Jonathan in a statement, according to CBS Chicago.

On August 21, the husband and wife of 60 years were admitted to the hospital for COVID-19. The pair stayed at Northwestern Memorial Hospital.

Rev. Jackson, who experienced less severe symptoms from the disease, was vaccinated prior to becoming infected while Mrs. Jackson was not.

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