Merkel's second coronavirus test came back negative - spokesman

BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel has tested negative for coronavirus for a second time and will undergo another test at the beginning of next week, a government spokesman said in a statement on Wednesday. Merkel has been self-quarantining and working from home after receiving a vaccination from a doctor on Friday who was later found to have the virus.

Reuters March 26, 2020 00:11:37 IST
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BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel has tested negative for coronavirus for a second time and will undergo another test at the beginning of next week, a government spokesman said in a statement on Wednesday.

Merkel has been self-quarantining and working from home after receiving a vaccination from a doctor on Friday who was later found to have the virus.

"The chancellor continues to work from home quarantine," the spokesman added.

(Reporting by Thomas Escritt; Editing by Michelle Martin)

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