When Sophie Grégoire Trudeau's COVID-19 test came back positive, Justin Trudeau said that it was an uncertain and anxious time for his family.

During a press conference on November 17, the Prime Minister talked about what should happen when someone tests positive for COVID-19.

That brought him to recall what happened when his wife got it.

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I remember how we felt after Sophie got her results back in March. There's uncertainty and anxiety. Justin Trudeau

He told Canadians that if they get a positive result, they need to first put their one-time code into the COVID Alert app then go home and isolate.

Then he said to call a loved one because "a positive test result can be scary."

That's what led him to share his own family's experience with COVID-19.

"I remember how we felt after Sophie got her results back in March. There's uncertainty and anxiety," he said.

However, Trudeau believes that we can all get through this by coming together and following public health guidelines.

Grégoire Trudeau tested positive for COVID-19 back in March and recovered a couple of weeks later.