Australian PM Anthony Albanese tests positive for Covid-19

Canberra: Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on Monday said he has tested positive for COVID-19 and will work from home while isolating.

Taking to social media, he tweeted that he will be isolating himself and will continue to work from home.

“This afternoon I had a routine PCR test which has returned a positive result for COVID-19. I will be isolating and will continue to work from home,” the Australian Prime Minister tweeted.

“I encourage anyone who is unwell to test and to take any extra precautions to keep their families and neighbours well,” he added.

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It is the second Covid infection for Albanese, who was sidelined for some of the federal election campaigns earlier this year after a positive test.

According to the latest data from Australia’s Department of Health and Aged Care, 100,422 Covid-19 cases were reported across the country over the week to November 29, an average of 14,346 cases per day.

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