According to a note posted on the Presidency of the Republic’s website, “the regional health delegate from Lisbon and Vale do Tejo confirmed yesterday [terça-feira], close to midnight, that the President of the Republic ‘after assessing risk, was considered to have had low risk exposure’ and could resume activity “.
However, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa will have to remain on “passive surveillance for 14 days” which means “not to frequent places with crowds of people”.
“This assessment refers both to the situation resulting from the positive test last Monday, followed by two negative tests carried out by the Ricardo Jorge Institute, which is the national reference laboratory, both in terms of contact with the element of personal security whose result positive of the test was known yesterday [terça-feira] in the evening “, reads the same note.
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