Kathryn “Drummer Katt” Pitts, radio personality and the president of KDEE 97.5 FM’s Street Team survived a bout with the Deviant variant of COVID-19. Fully recovered, Pitts is still telling members of the Black community to get tested and vaccinated. Antonio R. Harvey, OBSERVER
By Antonio R. Harvey | OBSERVER Staff Writer
Kathryn “Drummer Katt” Pitts, radio personality and the marketing/promotion president for radio station KDEE 97.5 FM Street Team, checked into a local hospital for a simple procedure.
Within three days Ms. Pitts was told she had contracted the highly contagious Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus.
The event presenter and judge for the Sacramento’s Got Talent competition told the OBSERVER she has been fully vaccinated since February.
“Please get tested and get vaccinated,” Ms. Pitts warned Sacramento’s Black community. “You don’t want to be laid up in a hospital bed like I was, believing that you’ll never
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