Polish ministers looked for a positive test for corona virus
WARSAW (Reuters) – Polish ministers who attended the last cabinet meeting were tested for coronavirus after the environment minister said on Monday he tested positive, Prime Minister Michal Dworczyk said on Tuesday.
Dworczyk said nine out of 24 ministers were absent, including Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and Health Minister Lukasz Szumowski.
"The results should be known today. All of these people remain in quarantine," Dworczyk told the public broadcaster Tuesday morning.
The last government meeting was held on March 10, according to the government's website.
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