Argentine leader Alberto Fernández says tests positive for coronavirus By Reuters

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BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – Argentine President Alberto Fernández tested positive for the new coronavirus, is waiting for the result to be confirmed and is in a good mood despite having a mild fever, the Peronist leader tweeted on Saturday in his first term. . “I am in good physical condition,” the president, who turned 62 on Friday, said in a tweet. He had received Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine against coronavirus earlier this year.

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