The First Lady of Colombia has been diagnosed with COVID-19 and quarantined
November 25 According to CNN, Maria Juliana Ruiz, the first lady of Colombia, tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
In a statement on November 24 local time, the Colombian government said:
“At present, she has no symptoms and abides by the isolation rules set by the Ministry of Health.”
The statement also said that Colombian President Ivan Duque tested negative for the novel coronavirus.