Thursday 30 March 2023

Legislator Ivonne Acuña in isolation for being a close contact of a COVID-19 case

The independent legislator is the first member of Congress to be considered a suspected case of COVID-19;

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[HQ] Independent legislators Ivonne Acuña Cabrera is the first member of the Legislative Assembly to be considered a suspected case of COVID-19. To date, Congress has registered three positive cases among officials of the institution: an usher, a security officer and a secretary.

Legislator Ivonne Acuña getting her temperature tested

The legislator was sent home for self- isolation, after being identified as a close contact of a positive COVID-19 case.

According to her press spokesperson, the legislator is in good health and is waiting for test results.

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According to the press release, the legislator was made aware “earlier this week” that she was a close contact of a confirmed case. For days she has missed sessions.

Days ago the Castillo Azul (Blue Castle), the building which houses the legislators offices, was closed for a deep disinfection.

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