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Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador assessments optimistic for the coronavirus for third time

Mexico’s president suspended a tour of the Yucatan peninsula Sunday after acknowledging he examined optimistic for the coronavirus, having beforehand suffered two bouts of COVID-19.

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador wrote in his social media accounts that “it isn’t critical.”

The remark adopted reviews within the native press that López Obrador felt faint Sunday morning and needed to cancel his tour, one thing his presidential spokesman denied.


López Obrador, 69, who has acknowledged a historical past of coronary heart issues, wrote that he would isolate for “a number of days” in Mexico City.

“My coronary heart is 100% and as I’ve needed to droop the tour, I shall be in Mexico City and celebrating, though from afar, the sixteenth birthday of (his son) Jesús Ernesto,” he wrote.

Mexican President Andres Lopez Obrador

Mexican President Andres Lopez Obrador stands on the National Palace throughout a ceremony in Mexico City, Mexico, on Sept. 20, 2022. Lopez Obrador examined optimistic for the coronavirus for the third time on April 23, 2023. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte, File)

López Obrador was ailing with COVID-19 in early 2021 and recovered after receiving what he described on the time as an experimental therapy. In January 2022, he introduced he had come down with COVID-19 a second time, amid a spike in coronavirus infections in Mexico.


López Obrador declined to enact necessary masks mandates and he refused to put on a masks even on the peak of the pandemic until it was completely mandatory, as on airline flights. He famously refused to make use of Mexico’s presidential jet, which he just lately introduced had been bought to Tajikistan.

Presidential spokesman Jesús Ramírez didn’t instantly reply to a query about whether or not the president would return to Mexico City aboard a business airline flight.

The president mentioned that whereas he stays in isolation, Interior Secretary Adán Augusto López will fill in on the each day presidential morning information briefings.

That might present a lift for the inside secretary’s flagging marketing campaign to win the presidential nomination of López Obrador’s Morena get together for the 2024 elections. López, who isn’t associated to the president, presently trails Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum in most polls on the first race.


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