Justin Trudeau and many other leaders will have to rule from amidst cases of Coronavirus
Since Coronavirus is no respecter of position and even the leaders of countries are not left out from being infected, some of them now have to work from home as they are either under quarantine or self-isolation.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is presently in self isolation as his wife tested positive for Coronavirus.
She had started experiencing mild flu-like symptoms including low fever after returning from London.
She is presently undergoing treatment and is looking forward to quick recovery.
The Prime Minister has since then been working from home.
This is a precautionary measure advised for people who are yet to show any symptoms but have been in contact with someone that is infected.
Although Trudeau has shown no symptom of the disease and is still considered healthy according to his communications director, he will have to work from home until every possibility of being infected with the virus has been ruled out.
“The Prime Minister will spend the day in briefings, phone calls, and virtual meetings from home, including speaking with other world leaders and joining the special COVID-19 cabinet committee discussion,” Trudeau’s office said on Thursday.
The president of the European Parliament, David Sassoli is also in self isolation for two weeks. He had visited Italy over the last weekend.
Italy already has a very high case of Coronavirus and he is in self isolation till it is confirmed that he is not infected by the disease.
This Tuesday, the European Union meeting which he chaired was held via a video Conference.
Jair Bolsonaro, Brazilian president is also awaiting the results of a Coronavirus test after his press secretary Fabio Wajngarten tested positive for it.
His son, Eduardo Bolsonaro posted this on twitter on Thursday. Jair Bolsonaro now has to work from home.
US President, Donald Trump is now concerned about coming in contact with people who have contracted the virus. Even Wajngarten was with him at Mar-a-Lago, CNN’s Jim Acosta reports.
But the White House said Donald Trump does not require a test since contact was minimal.
But nine lawmakers are self-quarantining after having close contact with infected people.