The interim president of Bolivia, Jeanine Añez Chavez, confirmed on Thursday that she had tested positive for the coronavirus, which is why she is isolated in her home.

«Together with all my team we have been working for Bolivian families during all this time. And since in the last week many of them tested positive for the coronavirus, I did the test and I have also tested positive, ”said Añez through a video posted on her Twitter account.

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The interim president of Bolivia assured that she will be isolated for at least 14 days “until I do a new test, to see how I am doing.”

«I feel good, I feel strong, I am going to continue working virtually from my isolation and I want to thank all the Bolivians and Bolivians who work to help in this health crisis that we have. Together we are going to get ahead, God bless you, “Añez finished in the video.

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The news of the contagion of the interim president of Bolivia occurs when the country registers more than 43 thousand positive cases of coronavirus and more than 1,500 deaths, according to data from the Ministry of Health of that country.

Diosdado Cabello also tests positive for coronavirus

For his part, the president of the National Constituent Assembly of Venezuela and number two of Chavismo, Diosdado Cabello, also confirmed on Thursday that he had contracted the coronavirus.

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“Dear colleagues, I comply with informing that after having undergone the corresponding tests, I have tested positive for Covid-19,” Cabello reported on his Twitter account.

Chavismo number two reported that he is isolated in his home and “complying with the indicated treatment.” Thank you for your good wishes, with morale up. We will win !! », added Cabello.

The news comes two days after Cabello suspended her television show “With the mallet giving,” claiming that she had a strong allergy, not to mention possible symptoms of Covid-19.

Añez and Cabello’s results come two days after Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro confirmed he has a coronavirus.