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Polish gov’t minister says he has coronavirus

17.03.2020 01:00
Poland’s Environment Minister Michał Woś has revealed he has contracted the coronavirus.
Michał Woś.
Michał Woś.Photo: PAP/Paweł Supernak

"After a State Forest officer with whom I had interacted tested positive for the coronavirus yesterday, I quarantined myself and got tested,” Woś said in a Twitter post on Monday. “The test came out positive.”

He added that he was “feeling well” and thanked his country's healthcare professionals, while also voicing “solidarity with all the sick people.”

Woś also shared a Facebook post in which he said he had “complied with all the procedures required under such circumstances by the Chief Sanitary Inspector.”

Polish government spokesman Piotr Mueller said on Twitter that all "those who came into contact" with Woś "have been subjected to appropriate procedures."


Source: IAR