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Macron-France tested positive for Covid 19

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    Posted: December 17 2020 at 1:40am
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[url]https://www.rt.com/news/509935-macron-positive-covid-france/[/url] or https://www.rt.com/news/509935-macron-positive-covid-france/ ;

The Elysee Palace has confirmed that French President Emmanuel Macron has tested positive for Covid-19 and will isolate for seven days in accordance with the health regulations.

President Emmanuel Macron was diagnosed with Covid-19 on Thursday, the Elysée Palace said in a morning press release.

“This diagnosis was established following an RTPCR test performed as soon as the first symptoms appeared,” the statement read.

The COVID-19 RTPCR test is a real-time reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction test for the detection of the coronavirus.

The Presidential Palace said that Macron will isolate for seven days in accordance with the health regulations in force, adding that the President will continue to work and carry out his activities remotely.


DJ-So French President Macron [url]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emmanuel_Macron[/url] or https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emmanuel_Macron (43) also has symptoms...PM Jean Castex also going in isolation.

Macron was at last week EU-top, had a meeting with Portugal PM yesterday...

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[url]https://www.france24.com/en/europe/20201218-covid-19-no-return-to-normal-life-until-autumn-2021-french-government-adviser-says[/url] or https://www.france24.com/en/europe/20201218-covid-19-no-return-to-normal-life-until-autumn-2021-french-government-adviser-says ;

The French public will probably not see a return to "normal" post-coronavirus life before autumn 2021, the president of France's Scientific Council, which is advising the government on the Covid-19 pandemic, said in an interview on Friday, noting that vaccination campaigns will take time.  


"Vaccines are a major source of hope but if you look at the vaccination capabilities that we will have in France and elsewhere in Europe, we will need time," immunologist and Scientific Council head Jean-François Delfraissy told France's BFM TV.

“The production of vaccines will be slower than envisioned 15 days or three weeks ago,” Delfraissy continued. “We will not face a vaccine shortfall but we will have something that is more spread out over time.”

The next six months will continue to be difficult as vaccination campaigns ramp up in the first three or four months of 2021. Asked whether that meant no return to normal life until the autumn, Delfraissy said that yes, that was likely. 

Delfraissy's comments came just a day after French President Emmanuel Macron became the latest world leader to test positive for the coronavirus. Macron, 42, was tested after the "onset of the first symptoms" and will self-isolate for seven days in accordance with national regulations, his Élysée Palace office said in a statement.



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