Mexican President Tests Negative for COVID-19, Less Than Two Weeks After Contracting it

“I’m in good health already, I’m recovering,” Lopez Obrador said in a video message, adding that an antigen test he took in the morning was negative.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has had a negative COVID-19 test, the government said on Thursday, February 4th, less than two weeks after the 67-year-old announced he had contracted the virus.

“I’m in good health already, I’m recovering,” Lopez Obrador said in a video message from the National Palace, adding that an antigen test he took in the morning was negative.

“We have to move forward in this crisis, this health crisis, the pandemic, and the economic crisis,” he added. “We will be fine.”

Lopez Obrador was a heavy smoker . . .

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