This Sunday, José Ignacio “Nacho” Peralta, governor of Colima, announced that he was positive in the COVID-19. With this, he becomes the 13th state president to contract the disease.
According to Peralta, for now, he has no COVID symptoms. “My state of health is favorable,” he said in the tweet where he reported his diagnosis.
Now, the PRI is the thirteenth governor, of the 32 that they add, some from Morena, others from the PAN and PRD, who has tested positive for COVID. Fortunately, so far none have died from the virus that has already claimed the lives of more than one hundred and twenty-two thousand people throughout Mexico.
In that sense, among the state leaders who already suffered, and recovered, from the COVID-19 there are the head of government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum, and the governor of Sonora, Claudia Pavlovich. But also those who preside over the governments of Yucatán, Tabasco, Durango, Quintana Roo, Tamaulipas, Hidalgo, Michoacán, Querétaro, Guerrero and Baja California Sur.
José Ignacio Peralta will work from home
In the same way, in his message, the governor of Colima stressed that he will continue with the state administration from home. This to meet the COVID-19 isolation that, obligatorily, all must carry out.
“I will be in isolation, but the government work does not stop. I will continue working from home, “Peralta pointed out.
I inform you that I tested positive for Covid-19; my health is favorable, so far without symptoms.
I will be in isolation, but the government work does not stop, I will continue working from home.
– José Ignacio Peralta (@nachoperaltacol) December 27, 2020
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