Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador tests positive for COVID-19
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador tests positive for COVID-19

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador announced on Sunday he has tested positive for COVID-19.Lopez Obrador tweeted that he is experiencing mild symptoms and has received medical treatment. "As always, I am optimistic," he said. "We will move forward." The president added that he will continue to work through his illness, and a phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin scheduled for Monday will still take place.Mexico has been hit hard by the coronavirus, with the country recording more than 1.7 million cases and at least 149,084 deaths. Close to 30 public hospitals in Mexico City have reported they are at 100 percent capacity, and residents there have been encouraged by the mayor to stay home as much as possible. Lopez Obrador has been criticized throughout the pandemic for his slow response, the fact that he rarely wears a mask, and the scarcity of testing across the country.More stories from theweek.com 5 scathingly funny cartoons about Biden's COVID-19 push Republicans back Biden's coronavirus response at a surprisingly high rate, poll suggests Trump's pressure on DOJ to sue states over election in Supreme Court reportedly 'got really intense'


1 month ago

16 0

news.yahoo.com


Facebook Twitter Reddit

Write a comment





Tiger Woods car crash: Golfer in surgery with ’multiple injuries’ - latest news
Tiger Woods car crash: Golfer in surgery with ’multiple injuries’ - latest news

telegraph.co.uk

How Boris Johnson’s plan to reopen England will work
How Boris Johnson’s plan to reopen England will work

youtube.com

Exclusive: Son of smart motorway victim tells Grant Shapps to reinstate hard shoulders
Exclusive: Son of smart motorway victim tells Grant Shapps to reinstate hard shoulders

telegraph.co.uk

Pfizer vaccine is highly effective at preventing serious illness or death, real-world data confirms
Pfizer vaccine is highly effective at preventing serious illness or death, real-world data confirms

news.sky.com


More news