Another state representative admitted into hospital for COVID-19 infection

Arizona State Rep. Arlando S. Teller, D-Chinle, on Wednesday morning was admitted into the Chinle IHS hospital for COVID-19. He took a test last Wednesday after he noticed a runny nose. Courtesy photo/ Arlando Teller

By Donovan Quintero | Arizona Republic

Arizona State Rep. Arlando S. Teller, D-Chinle, admitted himself into the Chinle Comprehensive Health Care Facility Darcy Wednesday morning.

Teller, while struggling to breathe, said on Wednesday morning he was admitted for COVID-19 and showed signs of pneumonia, abnormal readings of his liver, and low oxygen levels.

Arizona State Rep. Arlando S. Teller, D-Chinle, on Wednesday morning was admitted into the Chinle IHS hospital for COVID-19. He took a test last Wednesday after he noticed a runny nose.

He added he was given Remdesivir and steroids to help him fight the virus.

He isn’t sure where, when or how he caught the highly contagious respiratory disease, but after returning from public service duties in Phoenix from Nov. 4 to 16, he noticed a runny nose on Nov. 17.

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