The general coordinator of Puertos y Marina Mercante, Rosa Icela Rodríguez, reported that she tested COVID-19 positive.
The staff of the Ministry of Communications and Transport detailed that she learned of its contagion thanks to a person who was positive and who had a meeting with her.
Rodriguez thanked that person for telling him of his positive diagnosis and said he would continue his activities from home.
I thank the person who after our meeting informed me of its contagion, I took the Covid test and it turned out positive. I took the right measurements and worked from home.
— Rosa Icela Rodríguez (@rosaicela_) September 17, 2020
Rosa Icela Rodríguez has been coordinator of Puertos y Marina Mercante since July 25, previously serving as Secretary of Government of Mexico City.
On 10 September, the holder of the SCT, Jorge Arganis, also reported that he tested positive for COVID-19.
“After presenting some symptoms and attending health protocols, our holder, Ing. Civil Jorge Arganis Díaz Leal, took the COVID-19 test, creating positive today,” the SCT posted on Twitter.
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