Coronavirus: Brazilian President Gets Infected Six Days After Meeting Trump

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Brazilian president, has been infected with coronavirus according to reports, just six days after he ate with Trump in the United States.

Jair Bolsonaro and Donald Turmp
Jair Bolsonaro and Donald Turmp

Top Rio de Janeiro newspaper, O Dia, reported that the Brazillian president test has come back positive for the deadly Coronavirus.

This comes after Bolsonaro’s press secretary, Fabio Wajngarten was diagnosed with the virus following their trip to the US for a meeting. His son Eduardo Bolsonaro, a congressman was also on the trip.

After the meeting, hosted a dinner for Mr. Bolsonaro. His aide, Mr. Wajngarten also stopped by the birthday party of Kimberly Guilfoyle, an adviser to Mr. Trump’s re-election campaign and the girlfriend of his eldest son,

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Brazilian President dines with Trump before getting infected
Brazilian President dines with Trump before getting infected

Mr. Trump also attended Kimberly’s party, according to the Times.

Mr. Wajngarten, who was tested in Sao Paulo received his positive result on Thursday after showing signs of flu.

Trump later told reporters that same day: “I’m not concerned,” before White House press secretary, Stephanie Grisham, played down Mr. Trump’s level of exposure.

She said in a statement on Thursday: “Both the president and vice president had almost no interactions with the individual who tested positive and do not require being tested at this time.”

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She also indicated that neither Mr. Trump nor Mr. Pence intended to self-quarantine as a precautionary measure.

She said: “There is currently no indication to test patients without symptoms, and only people with prolonged close exposure to confirmed positive cases should self-quarantine. Exposures from the case are being assessed, which will dictate next steps.”

President Trump has since suspended all flights to the US from Europe except UK and Ireland for the next 30 days.

In the US, the number of confirmed cases has soared to over 1,200 with more than 118,000 cases and 4,290 deaths worldwide.

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