The Minister of GSI (Institutional Security Office), General Augusto Heleno, acquired a optimistic check consequence for coronavirus. He confirmed the data on his official Twitter account this morning and stated he’s awaiting the results of the counterproof.

“I inform you that the result of my second exam, carried out at the HFA, was positive. I await the Fiocruz counter-test. I have no fever and I do not have any of the symptoms related to covid-19. I am isolated, at home, and will not answer calls.”

The 72-year-old minister had already taken the check and simply as President Jair Bolsonaro and different members of the presidential entourage who traveled to the United States redoed the check yesterday.

Heleno was yesterday with the president and regardless of an preliminary quarantine, after the results of the primary examination he returned to frequent the Planalto Palace and Alvorada.

According to the Twitter discovered with an individual near the minister, Heleno has no historical past of continual illnesses, as diabetes and hypertension, which may worsen the affected person’s scenario, particularly when coping with an aged individual.

Defense and Tourism Minister have destructive outcomes

A whereas in the past, the Ministry of Defense’s Social Communication Advisory knowledgeable that the minister the results of the second examination accomplished with the Minister of Defense, Fernando Azevedo e Silva, for covid-19 was destructive.

“The official report was issued by the Hospital das Forças Armadas / SABIN”, stated the adviser in a observe.

In his Twitter account, the Minister of Tourism, Marcelo Álvaro Antônio, additionally knowledgeable that his check was destructive and requested for a union of forces “in favor of tourism”.

“I took the test, even though I didn’t have any symptoms. As it was negative, isolation is no longer mandatory. Let’s go ahead, always respecting the prevention protocol. It’s time to join forces in favor of tourism!”

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