The vice president of Ecuador was infected with COVID-19 during his trip to the World Cup in Qatar

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Alfredo Borrero tested positive for coronavirus after returning to his country. He is isolated with mild symptoms

The vice-president of Ecuador got infected with COVID-19 during his trip to the World Cup in Qatar

The Vice President of Ecuador, Alfredo Borrero (EFE/Jose Jacome/Archivo)

The Vice President of Ecuador, Alfredo Borrero, tested positive for COVID-19 after returning to the country from the World Cup of Qatar 2022, where he attended the opening match of the tournament between Qatar and Ecuador last Sunday, in addition to fulfilling an agenda of meetings and visits.

Borrero, who is a doctor by profession, is isolated with mild symptomsand will continue to carry out his activities electronically, as reported this Thursday in a statement by the Vice Presidency of the Republic of Ecuador.

In addition to attending the opening match of the World Cup, Vice President Ecuadorian participated in the opening of the “Casa Conmebol”, of the Tree of Dreams Project of the South American Football Confederation (Conmebol), a place designed for fans to learn about the history of football in South America and its legends.

He also visited the Katara Cultural Village, where Borrero was the guest of honor at the inauguration of the Ecuador pavilion.

The Vice President of Ecuador thanked its director, Khalid Al Sulaiti< /b>, for assigning this space that will allow visitors from all over the world to exhibit and disseminate the country's tourist, commercial and cultural attractions during the World Cup.

Likewise, Borrero made a visit to the Sidra Medicine Hospital, of the Qatar Foundation, a specialized care center for women and children, recognized for its lines of biomedical research on diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, among other preventable pathologies.

This visit was part of the search for the exchange of experiences to strengthen the projects carried out by the Vice Presidency of the Republic with the aim of transforming health in the country.

(With information from EFE)

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