Monaco’s state minister tests positive for coronavirus


Serge Telle, the state minister of Monaco, has tested positive for the coronavirus, according to the principality’s Ministry of Health.

Health authorities were informed Monday morning about the test results, according to a statement from the ministry.

An epidemiological investigation is underway to trace Telle’s movements in the past few days, according to the statement.

He is not showing any major symptoms, and is quarantined at home, where he’s continuing his professional activities through video conference.