This Wednesday (25), it was revealed that the 2nd test of Chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel, was negative for COVID-19.
The information came from a government spokesman through a statement quoted by Reuters.
The spokesman added that Merkel will undergo another test at the beginning of next week.
"The chancellor continues to work in quarantine," said the spokesman.
Angela Merkel was quarantined after receiving a preventive vaccine against pneumococcal infection from a doctor who later discovered she had the virus.
COVID-19 was first detected in December 2019 in China and has since spread around the world. Today, the epicenter of the disease is found in Europe, where Germany is the third most affected country.
Germany now reports 47,610 cases of the disease and 181 deaths. Worldwide there are 438,749 cases and 19,675 deaths. The Dice are from the Johns Hopkins university monitor.