German president in quarantine after bodyguard checks particular for COVID-19

German president in quarantine after bodyguard checks particular for COVID-19

Berlin [Germany]: German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier entered quarantine Saturday after one of his bodyguards tested particular for COVID-19, per a spokeswoman for the president’s put of job.

Steinmeier’s first test turned into once unfavourable. Additional checks are planned in the coming days.

Germany on Saturday recorded 7,830 unusual infections of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, the easiest day-to-day spike since the pandemic started, per the Robert Koch Institute, Germany’s remark disease control and prevention agency.

German International Minister Heiko Maas went into quarantine in September after one of his bodyguards had caught COVID-19. Maas later tested unfavourable for the disease.

In March, German Chancellor Angela Merkel self-quarantined for two weeks after assembly with an contaminated doctor. She later tested unfavourable.

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