Unvaccinated former Republican VP candidate who tested positive for Covid-19 dines out, flouting health measures

28 Jan 2022 11:03pm
Screen grab of Palin and her entourage at Elio's circulating online.
Screen grab of Palin and her entourage at Elio's circulating online.
SHAH ALAM - United State's former Alaska governor Sarah was spotted dining out in New York City restaurant two days after testing positive for the coronavirus.

Photos and videos have been circulating online for the past 24 hours showing the 2008 Republication vice presidential nominee dining in an upscale Manhattan eatery Elio's on Wednesday.

This came shortly after she was in the news for testing positive for Covid-19 which had forced the postponement of a trial in which was suing The New York Times.

She was seen at the table with four others.

According to the US Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines, those with onset symptoms or tested positive needs to isolate themselves for at least five days.

Palin had also dined at the same restaurant on Saturday despite a city rule requiring patrons dining indoors at restaurants to be vaccinated.

The 57-year old has publicly said she won't get the shot.

The restaurant, famous among celebrities, said they made a mistake in not checking Palin's vaccination status but for the second visit, she and her entourage had dined in a heated outdoor shelter where vaccination was not required.

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