The three members of the Bloc Québécois who were tested for COVID-19 after the leader of the training had been declared positive received a negative result.
This was indicated by the party on Thursday evening, further confirming that the team of parliamentary leader Alain Therrien was also able to breathe a sigh of relief upon learning that they had not contracted the virus.
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However, they will all remain in administrative segregation as requested by public health authorities.
Remember that the Bloc Québécois announced on November 6 that Alain Therrien, MP for La Prairie, had been tested positive for COVID-19. He was then placed in isolation in his residence in his riding on the South Shore of Montreal.
On September 18, it was the leader of the Bloc, Yves-François Blanchet, who had received a positive diagnosis for COVID-19. A few days earlier, his wife and a party employee had tested positive. Almost all of the Bloc Québécois MPs had to go into administrative segregation when the news broke.