A French government spokesman said on the 17th that President Macron was tested for the novel coronavirus on the same day and tested positive. The spokesman said that Macron’s infection with the novel coronavirus would not affect the normal operation of the government. As close contacts of Macron, the wife of the President, Brigit Macron, Prime Minister Castel, the Speaker of the National Assembly, Ferran, and some government officials have begun to self-isolate.
French government spokesman Attar said on the same day that Macron’s infection with the novel coronavirus would not affect the normal operation of the government. Government personnel have become accustomed to working in a similar environment. They will continue to work through videoconference and other means. He also confirmed that Macron would work remotely.
French presidential palace: Macron is likely to be infected during the EU summit
Atal also revealed some details about Macron’s infection with the novel coronavirus. He said that Macron felt symptomatic late at night on the 16th and immediately self-quarantined. He was subsequently tested for the virus and tested positive. According to French media reports, Macron is currently in good condition and has no serious symptoms. According to the French presidential palace, Macron was tested for the virus on the 17th. According to the time of his symptoms, it is almost certain that Macron was infected during his participation in the EU summit last week.
The Prime Minister, Speaker and other French dignitaries began to self-isolate.
It is also reported that the wife of the President, Bridget Macron, Prime Minister Casté, the President of the National Assembly, Ferran, and some government officials have begun to self-isolate as close contacts. Castell tested negative for COVID-19 on the morning of the 17th, and he will be tested for a second time in seven days. Bridget’s test results on the same day were also negative.