Bolivia President Jeanine Añez tests positive for coronavirus

Bolivia's interim President Jeanine Añez on Friday said that she has tested positive for the coronavirus. In a video message on Twitter, she said that she will remain in quarantine for 14 days, adding, "Together, we will come out of this."

Days after Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro tested positive for coronavirus, President of another Latin American nation Jeanine Anez of Bolivia-has reported that she has tested positive for the infection.

Anez, the interim president of her country, put out a tweet in such manner, educating that she will continue to work from Isolation. In a video message attached to the tweet, she said that she will stay in isolation for 14 days and step through another test after that.

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Notably, in recent days, four individuals from her bureau had tested positive, after which, she said in her video message, she also stepped through the exam for COVID-19 and turned out positive.

Her sickness comes amid Bolivia preparing for a general political decision in under two months, despite the furious Coronavirus Pandemic. Up to this point, the nation, which has a population of 11 million (1.1 crores), has recorded an aggregate of about 43,000 positive cases including more than 1,500 passing.

The 53-year-old Anez assumed interim presidency November after then-occupant Evo Morales surrendered and fled the nation following three weeks of distress over his disputable re-appointment.

Morales had represented an expected fourth continuous term despite the constitution constraining a President to two progressive orders.

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