The leader of the party Quebecois, Paul Saint-Pierre Plamandon, was shocked to see two positive tests coming in on Saturday, one saying he had contracted COVID-19 and the other that he would become a father again.
“Life is full of hope, trials and tribulations,” he wrote in a social media post on Saturday, noting that he and his wife, Alexandra Tremble, tested each other positively.
“In my case, I will be out for the next seven days. As for her, she’s going to have to relax a bit for the next nine months, ”he continued with a photo in support of the rapid test and pregnancy test for COVID.
Many members of his Caucasus, including PQ parliamentary leader Joel Arseno, have already offered their congratulations on his next birth.
“Great news for the family: forced short-term” rest “is the wonderful gift of life in nine months,” he commented on Twitter.