Sosa tests negative for Covid-19, will spend Christmas and New Years in isolation

Former Santa Cruz mayor Angélica Sosa spent the first few hours as an inmate in Palmasola prison but has to remain in isolation for 14 days before entering the PC-2 or women’s section.

As part of biosecurity protocols, the former local council has had a Covid-19 test and tested negative and will continue to be isolated from his family on Christmas Eve and New Years Eve.

The Departmental Director of Prison, Mauricio Romero, said that he will not be able to receive visits during these two weeks and that he will be treated like any citizen who goes to prison “who respects his every right”.

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The former Santa Cruz mayor was admitted to the maximum security prison this morning after a judge ruled on four months of preventive detention over evidence of involvement in the phantom items.

Major Silvia Vásquez, who heads the women’s pavilion, reported that Sosa was stable and in good health, as reported by the Unitel network.

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