Two prosecutors from General Prosecutor's Office tested positive for COVID-19.
According to a communiqué of the General Prosecutor's Office, the condition of the two persons is good, they being in isolation at home, under the supervision of doctors. Their return to work will only be allowed upon presentation of COVID-19 negative test results.
The General Prosecutor's Office's administration ordered increased protection measures for the rest of the team. Employees who came in contact with infected people must get tested for COVID-19.
PUBLIKA.MD reminds that, yesterday, the Anti-corruption Prosecutor's Office was placed in quarantine until the end of this week due to the fact that six prosecutors contracted COVID-19.