A bodyguard of Sierra Leone's President Julius Maada Bio has tested positive for coronavirus.
The president on Monday night announced that he was in good health despite a staffer testing positive.
He also said that all his family members were in good health and none had shown coronavirus symptoms.
President Bio will self-quarantine for 14 days because of having contact with the bodyguard, according to BBC's Umaru Fofana.
Sierra Leone has to date confirmed 43 coronavirus cases.
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The country's SLBC television channel shared a video of the president's announcement: