Totally vaccinated and boosted Mexican chief Andrés Manuel López Obrador revealed he’s experiencing delicate coronavirus signs
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has introduced he examined optimistic for Covid-19 for the second time in underneath a 12 months and can now perform his duties from quarantine.
López Obrador – who’s totally vaccinated and obtained a booster shot in December – revealed the results of his Covid-19 take a look at on Twitter, Monday.
“I’ll stay in isolation and can solely do workplace work and talk nearly till I get forward,” he wrote, including that Mexico’s Secretary of the Inside, Adán Augusto López Hernández, would characterize the presidency at in-person conferences and occasions.
It was the second time that the Mexican president examined optimistic for the coronavirus in underneath a 12 months, having beforehand examined optimistic in late January 2021.
A number of different high-profile politicians from all over the world have additionally lately examined optimistic for Covid-19 regardless of receiving booster doses of the Covid-19 vaccine amid the unfold of the omicron variant of the virus. Omicron is usually thought-about to be much less lethal, however a much more transmissible pressure than its predecessors.
US Secretary of Protection Lloyd Austin examined optimistic for the virus this month after receiving his booster dose in October, whereas New York Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez examined optimistic for Covid-19 on Sunday after receiving her booster in autumn.
Within the UK final week, chief of the opposition Keir Starmer examined optimistic for the virus for the second time since October. Starmer had obtained his booster vaccination a month prior.
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