Spain's Deputy PM Carmen Calvo Tests Positive for Coronavirus
Spain's Deputy Prime Minister Carmen Calvo has tested positive for COVID-19, the Spanish government said on Wednesday, 25 March.
The government said in a statement that she tested positive for the virus in a test performed on Tuesday after previously testing negative. But one more test was performed because the last one proved "inconclusive."
The statement added that Calvo, who was born in 1957, was doing well and receiving medical treatment, according to Reuters.
(Click here for live updates on COVID-19. Also visit Quint Fit for comprehensive coverage on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.)Spain's coronavirus death toll overtook that of China on Wednesday, rising to 3,434 after 738 people died over the past 24 hours, the government said.