Lorenzana goes on self-quarantine after staffer checks good for COVID-19

Lorenzana goes on self-quarantine after staffer tests positive for COVID-19

MANILA, Philippines — Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said that he has positioned himself on self-quarantine just after 1 of his personnel customers analyzed positive for coronavirus disorder.

Col. Rolando Nerona took a PCR exam on Friday (July 10) but he figured out the success only on Monday (July 13) upon landing in Jolo, Sulu, the place Lorenzana joined President Rodrigo Duterte’s pay a visit to to troops.

But Nerona was by now secluded just after landing in Jolo and no for a longer period joined the President’s event. He returned to Manila in comprehensive PPE (private protective gear) gear, Lorenzana mentioned in a statement Tuesday (July 14).

The staffer also joined Lorenzana through the commissioning of BRP Jose Rizal in Subic on Friday.

“All passengers of both of those planes have been knowledgeable and other folks he arrived in call with when in Subic so that they can have on their own tested and go on quarantine,” Lorenzana stated.

The defense main claimed he currently took a swab examination on Tuesday morning and is currently awaiting results.

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