Bolivia's interval President Jeanine Anez reported on Thursday that she has tried positive for coronavirus.
"I've tried positive for COVID-19, I'm fine, I will work from seclusion," she tweeted.
The 53-year-old said in a video on Twitter that she would stay in isolation for 14 days before stepping through another exam.
Anez turns into the second South American president very quickly to get the coronavirus after Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro declared his positive outcome on Tuesday.
Another high-positioning Latin American government authority to get the infection is Venezuela's Constitutional Assembly President Diosdado Cabello, broadly considered the second-most remarkable individual in the nation after President Nicolas Maduro.
Four individuals from Anez's bureau had tried positive as of late.
"Given a large number of them tried positive in the course of the most recent week, I stepped through the exam and I was likewise positive," said Anez.
The between time pioneer's disease accompanies Bolivia preparing for a general political decision in under two months, notwithstanding being in the coronavirus pandemic.
Anez at first contradicted the September political decision yet in the end yielded.
The traditionalist government official accepted the between time administration in November after communist previous pioneer Evo Morales surrendered and fled the nation following three weeks of distress over his questionable re-appointment.
Spirits had represented a possible fourth continuous term regardless of the constitution constraining a president to two progressive commands.
In spite of the fact that he at first attempted to clutch power, he lost the sponsorship of the military after a report by the Organization of American States discovered proof of political decision extortion in his triumph.
Anez was third in the last assessment of public sentiment behind Luis Arce - the contender for Morales' Movement for Socialism party - and moderate previous president Carlos Mesa.
Bolivia, a nation of 11 million, has recorded just about 43,000 coronavirus diseases and in excess of 1,500 passings.