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Sophie Trudeau, Canadian PM’s Wife Recovers From Coronavirus

Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, wife of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has recovered after testing positive to Coronavirus.

 

She had tested positive for the virus on 12th March 2020 after returning from Britain with her husband.

 

Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, took to her Facebook page to thank all who reached out to her while she was receiving treatment.

 

“I am feeling so much better and have received the all clear from my physician and Ottawa Public Health.

From the bottom of my heart, I want to say thank you to everyone who reached out to me with their well wishes.” she wrote on her Facebook page

 

Sophie Gregoire Trudeau,Wife Of Canadian PM Recovers From Coronavirus
Sophie Gregoire Trudeau: CNBC.com
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The prime minister and his family have been in self-isolation at home since Sophie Gregoire Trudeau tested positive. He and their three children didn’t show symptoms.

 

Justin Trudeau has also been giving daily news conferences outside his residence. He said earlier on Saturday that his wife was in fine form.

 

“We are continuing to follow the advice of health experts. And as everyone should do, we must try to stay at home, to isolate ourselves as much as possible, not to go out if not absolutely necessary,” he said.

 

Canada has more than 5,616 confirmed coronavirus cases, including 61 deaths, and about 445 people have recovered.

 

Meanwhile, Ontario, Canada most populous province, is prohibiting gatherings of five people or more.

 

The order was effective immediately and replaced one that prohibited public events of over 50 people.

 

This new order does not apply to households with five or more people, and funerals will be permitted with up to 10 people at one time.

 

The Premier of Ontario Doug Ford said if the virus is to be stopped, extraordinary measures are needed to ensure physical distancing. The province has already closed all nonessential services.

 

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