Senegal President In Quarantine Despite Negative Covid-19 TestBy cheatmaster 04:00 Thu, 25 Jun 2020 Comments
Senegal’s President, Macky Sall, began a preventative two-week quarantine after coming into contact with a coronavirus case, although the leader has tested negative for the disease, his office said.(Wapbaze_Copyright)
The West African country has reported more than 6,100 COVID-19 infections and 93 deaths, and a state of emergency in place since March is being slowly lifted.(Wapbaze_Copyright)
“In line with medical advice on the matter, President Sall has put himself in quarantine for two weeks from Wednesday,” spokesman Seydou Gueye said in a short televised statement.
Since the pandemic erupted earlier this year a number of senior political figures worldwide have caught the disease, including British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who was hospitalised and has now recovered.(Wapbaze_Copyright)
Senegal as at the morning of June 25, recorded 6,129 confirmed cases of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Of the infected, ninety-three (93) have lost their lives while 4,072 have recovered from the disease.(Wapbaze_Copyright)
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