"We don’t know whether that person was infected during that contact. We know that now his test is positive. But we don’t know whether he was infected then," Jasulionis told BNS.
In his words, all staff members are in isolation, and the president is among them. The staff member who had contact will be tested for the coronavirus.
"It will be down tomorrow morning, and we expect the result on Sunday so that we know before Monday," Ieva Elenbergiene, an adviser from the presidential communication group, told BNS.
The delfi.lt news website was the first to report the news about a presidential office worker's possible contact with a coronavirus-infected person.
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