CHICAGO (CBS) — After a stay in intensive care with COVID-19, Jacqueline Jackson – the wife of the Rev. Jesse Jackson – is encouraging everyone to get vaccinated.

“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 the Jacksons’ son, Jonathan Jackson.

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Jonathan Jackson, national spokesman for the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, delivered that message and update on the weekly Rainbow PUSH Forum.

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Mrs. Jackson was not vaccinated when she got COVID-19, though her husband was.

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The Rev. Jackson remained at the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab on Saturday.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff