Canada’s Saskatchewan premier tests positive for COVID-19

The Governor of Saskatchewan, Canada, Scott Moe, announced on social media on the 13th local time. He tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently asymptomatic. According to the requirements of the health department, Moi will work from home for 5 days.

Moy also showed off his test kit on social media.

The day before, Moi was in Regina, Saskatchewan’s capital, for a news conference on the coronavirus. All personnel participating in this briefing have now been notified to conduct self-monitoring.

Previously, several officials including Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Joly and New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs tested positive for the new crown.

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