“They have been days of doubts, of uncertainty. But I am lucky to tell … That I am recovered! They have discharged me,” said the regional president through a video on her social networks.
He also said that now “it is time to support all those who are ill and the seriously ill.” “Let’s go for the virus. There is little left. Cheer up,” he released in a Twitter message.
On March 16, the president of the Community of Madrid indicated in a video on networks that she had tested positive for coronavirus but was “totally normal” and was going to continue working although isolated at home.
“I gave a positive test but I find myself completely normal and in 80 percent of the cases, those of us who go through Covid, who are going to be the majority, are going to be relatively well. We must take care of vulnerable people and what we always say , to those with previous pathologies and the elderly, “stressed the Madrid leader.
In fact, Ayuso was not the only member of the Autonomous Executive who tested positive for coronavirus, given that the disease also affected the Minister for the Environment, Paloma Martín, and her counterpart in the Presidency, Eugenia Carballedo.