Austria’s Foreign Minister Alexander Schallenberg has joined the list of politicians who have tested positive for coronavirus.
According to his ministry, he has been self-isolating after testing positive for the virus.
There are indications that Schallenberg could have contracted coronavirus during a meeting of European Union foreign ministers in Luxembourg on Monday.
“He has not presented any symptoms so far,” he said.
Reports have it that the minister cancelled a scheduled trip to Britain, Denmark, Greece and Cyprus.
However, as a precautionary step, all members of the conservative government of Chancellor Sebastian Kurz would be tested on Saturday.
The country, which has a population of 8.8 million, recorded 2,300 cases on Saturday with 882 deaths since the pandemic started.