Canadian Prime Minister placed in quarantine due to signs of coronavirus

WASHINGTON – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau decided to go into self-isolation mode and work from home, after his wife Sophie felt signs of a viral disease, according to the Prime Minister’s official representative Cameron Ahmad.

According to him, Trudeau’s wife recently returned from the UK, and last night she felt “moderate flu symptoms, including a slight fever.”

“On the advice of a doctor, the Prime Minister continues his work, takes care of himself, he has no symptoms. However, as a precautionary measure, the Prime Minister has decided to isolate himself and work from home until Sophie’s test results are received,” Ahmad said in a statement on his Twitter page.

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