Quebec deputy premier’s preventive COVID-19 isolation ends – Montreal

Quebec’s deputy premier is officially out of isolation after potentially being exposed to COVID-19.

Geneviève Guilbault took to social media Friday morning to say she received confirmation that both tests came back negative.

“In accordance with the instructions of public health, I therefore put an end to my preventive isolation,” she wrote.

READ MORE: Quebec deputy premier to go into isolation after COVID-19 exposure

Guilbault first announced she would be isolating and working from home last Sunday.

The decision came after the father of her two children was exposed to the virus — he had come into contact with someone who later tested positive.

Guilbault said she would only end the preventive measure after he tested negative at least twice.

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With files from The Canadian Press

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