Mexico’s finance minister tests positive for coronavirus


Mexico City (Reuters) – Mexican Finance Minister Arturo Herrera on Thursday said he has tested positive for the coronavirus, but is experiencing only “minor” symptoms.

“From this moment I will be in quarantine, and continue working from my house,” Herrera said on Twitter.

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