BREAKING: Spain’s Populist Opposition Leader Santiago Abascal Comes Down with Coronavirus 2 Weeks After Attending CPAC

VOX Party leader Santiago Abascal with Senator Ted Cruz at CPAC 2020 
Vox Party leader Santiago Abascal announced on Thursday that he has tested positive for coronavirus. Abascal attended the annual CPAC conference in Washington DC at the end of February.
Santiago Abascal is a very populor populist leader in Spain. He tweeted out today that he self quarantined after the Secretary-General of VOX Party Javier Ortega tested positive for coronavirus.
Santiago Abascal: This Tuesday, upon learning Javier Ortega’s positive, I quarantined myself and asked a private lab for a Covid-19 test. The test has also tested positive, so I’ll keep working from home. Thank you for your concern, although I am reasonably fine. I will ask the President of the Government that at the meeting he convened next Monday with the party leaders, we can participate by video conference or similar so that we can all provide our vision and proposals. We will continue to call on the government to be a unit of national action, decreing a state of alarm, and that all state resources be dedicated to alleviating this pandemic, which is already a brutal health, economic and social crisis.
Abascal is very popular back home in Spain. 
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