Hastings mayor hospitalized after virus-related symptoms

Read the mayor's full statement here
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Mayor Corey Stutte, courtesy of the City of Hastings' website

HASTINGS, Neb. (AP) — The mayor of Hastings says he has been admitted to a hospital after experiencing severe symptoms he attributed to a coronavirus infection.

Mayor Corey Stutte issued a statement Tuesday through the city saying he was taken Monday to a Hastings hospital after an incident that included a fall, seizure, an irregular heartbeat and bleeding on the brain.

The 39-year-old Stutte was being treated in the hospital’s intensive care unit and said in the statement that he expected to recover. Stutte attributed the problems to long-term effects of his COVID-19 infection.

Read Mayor Stutte’s statement below:

Statement from Mayor Corey Stutte - City of Hastings, NE

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