Buenos Aires (Reuters)-The first leader of the Peruvian President said on Saturday that Argentine President Alberto Fernandez tested positive for the new coronavirus, despite the child’s fever, but emotional good.
“My body is in good condition,” the president said on Twitter on Friday. Earlier this year, he had received Russia̵
Fernandez added: “I wanted to end my birthday without this news, but I was in a good mood.”
According to the COVID-19 agreement, he is isolated but still working. Argentina’s vice president is the country’s former leader Cristina Fernandez and has nothing to do with the president.
The Russian Gamaleya Institute, which developed the vaccine, issued a public statement to Alberto Fernandez, stating that Sputnik V is effective against 91.6% of infections and 100% against severe coronavirus cases.
“If an infection is diagnosed, vaccination can ensure a quick recovery without severe symptoms. We hope you will recover soon!” it said.
For more than a year, Argentina has been blocking this pandemic to varying degrees. To date, COVID-19 has killed more than 56,000 people in the country. The government said that so far, 682,868 Argentines have been vaccinated throughout the entire course, of which the elderly and medical staff have received attention.
Reporting by Eliana Raszewski and Hugh Bronstein in Buenos Aires Edited by William Mallard and Matthew Lewis