The wife of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has tested positive for the new coronavirus, and his office said late Thursday.
“Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau was tried for COVID-19 today. The test returned positive,” the Prime Minister’s office said in an announcement.
“Following a clinical appeal, she will stay in disengagement for the present. She is feeling admirable, is taking all the prescribed safeguards and her side effects stay gentle,” it said.
“The Prime Minister is healthy without any indications. As a prudent step and following the appeal of specialists, he will be in separation for an arranged time of 14 days,” yet won’t be tried.
“The Prime Minister will keep on completely accept his obligations and will address Canadians tomorrow.”
Trudeau and his better half had declared before Thursday they were self-segregating while she experienced tests for the COVID-19 sickness after coming back from a talking commitment.
Gregoire-Trudeau’s symptoms, after returning from Britain, had included “a low fever toward the end of last night,” a previous explanation said. She quickly looked for clinical counsel and testing.