Martin Vizcarra, who was banned from public office for allegedly receiving a COVID jab, said he and his wife had been infected.
Former Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra, who this month was banned from public service on behalf of him jumping in line receiving a coronavirus vaccine last year, he said he and his wife were tested for COVID-19.
Vizcarra he wrote On Sunday, the two were diagnosed with the virus “although there was some precautionary measures to prevent bringing the virus home” and it is well known.
“Our family is striving to isolate themselves. Let’s not give up, ”he said.
Vizcarra was criticized for not wearing a mask or following twisted rules in his time before the election campaign on April 11 to elect Congress and the next President of Peru.
Earlier this year, he participated in the “VIP Vaccines” threats when several government ministers and government officials received jabs of China Sinopharm COVID-19 before publicly presenting.
Vizcarra denied any wrongdoing, claiming that he and his wife had been vaccinated in October 2020 because they had volunteered to participate in the hospital.
The trial doctor objected to this, however.
Dr German Malaga testified at the Peruvian parliament in mid-February that Vizcarra asked for two vaccines and said Vizcarra knew that he and his wife had received the actual vaccine.
April 17, Peru Congress banned the former President From 10 years of public service to indecent exposure, of being convicted of a criminal offense, of committing fraud and of lying.
Congress also barred former Health Minister Pilar Mazzetti and Foreign Minister Elizabeth Astete from serving in public service for eight years and one year, respectively. Mazzetti and Astete are all resignation on vaccination disorders.
Peru has announced at least 1.75 million COVID-19 and more than 59,400 people since the outbreak, according to a study from Johns Hopkins University.
The country, like many others in Latin America, has seen an increase in the number of infectious diseases and the death of COVID-19 in recent weeks, prompting government officials to set up precautionary measures.
The government on Saturday issued a law that would require Peruvians to wear two masks within businesses such as retail, retail and retail outlets, as well as in competition areas, from Monday. People should wear plastic shields.
Central President Francisco Sagasti on Thursday said Peru was at the peak of the second epidemic and ordered the distribution of free masks.
The week of re-enactment of the monarchy was also extended to Lima, the capital, and 41 of the 196 states.
Peru is running for President in June, and voters will choose between left-back Pedro Castillo and Keiko Fujimori.