Why did Gavin Newsom disappear for two weeks? It was his COVID booster!

Gavin Newsom went missing for two weeks and only appeared recently at a billionaire wedding, the one where Nancy Pelosi wasn’t wearing a mask.

Here’s why:

DAILY MAIL – California governor Gavin Newsom had an adverse reaction to getting the Covid booster and a flu shot within days of each other, leaving him with muscle weakness and fatigue, claim sources in the family’s inner circle.

The governor was last seen in public on October 27, after receiving a COVID-19 booster shot in Oakland. He had gotten a flu shot on October 22.

Newsom finally appeared in a photo attending Ivy Getty’s star-studded wedding this past weekend after disappearing from the public eye for nearly two weeks.

The sighting comes as a surprise as questions had been swirling about the Democrat Governor’s whereabouts and health. Newsom abruptly pulled out of the COP26 climate summit in Scotland last week – for which he had spent weeks preparing – and his office cited ‘family obligations’ as the reason.

But now, a source close to the Newsom family tells DailyMail.com he had a reaction to the shots that left him with muscle weakness and fatigue.

Of course, Newsom is denying everything:

Daniel Lopez, the governor’s press secretary, said the wedding ‘did not conflict with the travel schedule to COP26.’

Lopez added that Newsom had ‘no adverse reaction to his booster shot’ and confirmed the governor ‘will have public events this week related to the economy and vaccines.’

It sounds like he just got sick from the booster shot, although I’ve never heard of someone taking two weeks to get over that. When I got my vaccine shot, I was low energy with a fever for about 24 hours. But after that I felt fine.

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