Canadian PM Justin Trudeau tests positive for Covid-19

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau tests positive for Covid-19

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he has tested positive for COVID-19 but is “feeling fine” and will continue to work remotely.

The announcement came in a tweet in which he urged everyone to “please get vaccinated and promoted”. Trudeau said on Thursday that he was going into isolation for five days after it was revealed the previous evening that he had been in contact with someone who tested positive.

He told The Canadian Press on Friday that the man was one of their three children. Trudeau had previously isolated at home in the early months of the pandemic after his wife tested positive. Canada has one of the world’s highest rates of vaccination against coronavirus shots designed primarily to keep people who become infected from falling seriously ill.

The announcement follows a weekend of protests in Canada’s capital, Ottawa, against vaccine mandates, masks and lockdowns. Some of the protesters traveled in truck convoys and lined the streets around Parliament Hill, blocking traffic.

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