December 21st local time, French government spokesman Attar said after the ministerial videoconference that French President Macron, who was diagnosed with the novel coronavirus, still showed relevant symptoms, but his overall health was stable.
He is currently continuing to work at a presidential residence in the western suburbs of Paris.
French Health Minister Verand also said on the 21st that Macron worked all day on local time on the 20th and convened government members to hold an emergency health defense meeting in response to the mutant coronavirus reported by the United Kingdom.
On the morning of the 21st, he also presided over the government ministerial meeting again by video.
Macron developed suspected symptoms on the night of the 16th local time, and was tested for COVID-19 nucleic acid and diagnosed with infection on the morning of the 17th.
On the evening of the 17th, Macron left the Elysee Palace and went to the presidential residence near the Palace of Versailles in the western suburbs of Paris to begin a seven-day quarantine.
On the afternoon of the 19th, the chief doctor of the Elysee Palace of the French presidential palace issued an announcement saying that Macron’s symptoms were fatigue, cough and soreness, but these symptoms did not prevent him from fulfilling his presidential duties.