Romanian PM Ludovic Orban has been tested for COVID-19 for the second time and the test came out negative, the Government has announced on Tuesday morning.
The members of the Cabinet have also tested negative.
“Following this negative result, the PM has ended the 14-day isolation regime and will resume its activity at the Victoria Palace (editor note: the Government building). The members of the government who had also been in isolation will also resume activity at Victoria Palace“, says a press release.
Ludovic Orban announced on March 13 that he will be in isolation after he had made contact with Liberal senator Vergil Chitac, even if the first test for coronavirus had come out negative.
“I made contact with a person who testes positive for COVID-19, Mr. Chitac. Even if my test came out negative, I have the obligation to stay in isolation for 14 days”, Orban said back then.