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Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations Lacroix tested positive for Coronavirus

United Nations, November 10 The spokesperson of the United Nations Secretary-General Dijaric said at a regular press conference on the 10th that the UN Deputy Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Affairs Jean-Pierre Lacroix said that Coronavirus The test result was positive.

Dijaric said that the diagnosis was made in Portugal. Lacroix originally planned to attend a meeting on Security Council Resolution 1325 in Portugal.

Dijaric said that after receiving a positive test result, Lacroix immediately notified the Portuguese local authorities and quarantined them in the Portuguese capital Lisbon. Lacroix “has no symptoms” and will continue to be isolated in accordance with relevant regulations.

Lacroix posted on social media earlier that day that he had tested positive for Coronavirus. UN Secretary-General Guterres then posted on social media to express condolences to Lacroix and wish him a speedy recovery.

According to Dijaric, after Lacroix was diagnosed, the United Nations immediately took corresponding measures. At present, all contacts have been traced. Lacroix entered the United Nations Headquarters in New York for the last time more than a month ago and has not had face-to-face contact with Guterres for more than a month.

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