German Prime Minister Angela Merkel has returned to her workplace. The home quarantine, where she stayed for 14 days, was over. This was reported by the official representative of the German government, Steffen Seibert, on Friday, April 3.
“She [Merkel] is already returning to her workplace today at the Federal Chancellor’s office. The 14 days of house quarantine are over,” Marbachner Zeitung said.
Seibert noted that the results of several coronavirus tests were negative.
On March 23, the Chancellor passed the coronavirus test. According to her, she was prompted by “recommendations from the Robert Koch Institute”. Merkel stressed that the coronavirus test could show that such an infection could affect anyone.
On March 22, Angela Merkel went to voluntary home quarantine because she had had contact with a doctor a few days earlier who had found a new disease.