Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro's head of staff, Army General Walter Souza Braga Netto, has tried positive for COVID-19, his office said on Monday, turning into the seventh Brazilian clergyman to have gotten the illness.
Braga Netto is progressing admirably and has no manifestations, the workplace said in an announcement. He will stay in detachment until another assessment and clinical assessment is completed, and will keep on working distantly.
A week ago, Bolsonaro's better half and one of his priests tried positive for COVID-19. Bolsonaro is additionally got the sickness however his most recent test demonstrated he was not, at this point tainted.
On Monday, Bolsonaro told correspondents he was fine and was at that point restored, after the president a week ago detailed that he had "form" in his lungs and was taking anti-infection agents. He didn't give more insights concerning his ailment.
Brazil has the second-most noticeably awful coronavirus flare-up on the planet after the United States. The South American nation has enrolled more than 2.75 million instances of the infection since the pandemic started, while the official demise tally has ascended to 94,665, as indicated by wellbeing service information.