The wife of the president of Spain is positive for the coronavirus


Begoña Gómez, wife of the president of Spain, Pedro Sanchez, was positive to the analysis carried out in the last few hours to identify cases of coronavirus in people close to the president.

Gomez and Sanchez remain in The Moncloa, at all times following the indications given by the health authorities of the european country, according to local media.

The analyses have also confirmed as positive to the ministers of Territorial Policy and Public service, Carolina Darias, and Equality, Irene Montero. Both are found in your home and your state of health is good, accurate The Pountry.

“The measures that we’re going to take are drastic and will have consequences”, explained the president of the Government, Pedro Sanchez this Saturday after an extraordinary meeting of the Council of Ministers has been extended seven times, marked by disagreements between the PSOE and United we Can by the plan of economic shocks.

The day before, the Spanish government decreed the “state of alarm” in the country due to the increasing advance of the outbreak of coronavirus, which originated in the chinese city of Wuhan.

“We will adopt a set of decisions exceptional aimed at mobilizing all resources, public and private, civil and military for the protection of all citizens, especially the most vulnerable,” said Sanchez, who warned that Spain could reach up to 10 thousand infected in the next few days.

The number of deaths in the european nation amounted to 192, according to the most recent data from the Ministry of Health. The situation in Madrid is the most complicated because it concentrates 2.078 cases, according to the latest data of the Community of Madrid.

The state of alarm decreed is one of the exceptional situations envisaged by the Spanish Constitution, can be declared for a period of 15 days and includes extreme measures such as the confinement of the population or evacuation orders.

Several cities they have announced that suspend the Holy Week processions among them: Seville, Málaga, Murcia, Cuenca and Zamora. Murcia has joined this Saturday to Madrid, Galicia, Asturias and Cantabria, communities that already had been ordered to close all shops, except those of food and first need.

Sanchez also announced this Saturday, the prohibition to go out to the street, except to buy food or medicine or to go to the doctor, as a way to contain the outbreak that has caused thousands of deaths in the world and was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) this week.