President Nicolás Maduro said he suggested Cabello get a COVID-19 test because of symptoms that looked like an allergy

The ruling leader God given hair, president of the National Constituent Assembly (ANC) of Venezuela, tested positive for coronavirus, according to himself reported through social networks.

Dear brothers and sisters, I am pleased to report that after having undergone the corresponding tests, I have tested positive for COVID-19, since now I am isolated, complying with the indicated treatment, thanks for your good wishes, with high morale. We will win ”, she indicated on her Twitter account.

President Nicolás Maduro He retweeted Cabello’s message and minutes later he spoke about it during a televised government act.

Diosdado has tested positive. All my solidarity (…) I am sure that with your moral and spiritual strength and the protection of our saint José Gregorio Hernández you will go through these days of treatment and recovery, ”said the President of Venezuela.

Maduro said he had suggested Cabello get a COVID-19 screening test because of symptoms that looked like an allergy.

He had only had a slight allergy. I told him, take the exams, they did them quickly (…) Venezuela with Diosdado and I am sure that sooner rather than later we will continue in this battle at the head of the ANC, ”said Maduro.

The president assured that Cabello “it’s okay” and “Resting

The ANC leader suspended his weekly television program on Wednesday, saying he was “struggling with a strong allergy“, By which the doctors had ordered him to rest.

Governor of Zulia state

He Zulia state governor (west), the chavista Omar Prietowas also infected by coronavirus.

Since he does not stop, he is on the street, we did the tests and he was positive for the coronavirus, he is a warrior, a man on the street, he does not stop (…) on the streets protecting the Zulia people, ”said Maduro.

Venezuela exceeded on Wednesday the 8 thousand cases of coronavirus, a pandemic that until now has left 75 deaths, of which 27 were registered in Zulia, the border region with Colombia that has become the national epicenter of the illness.

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