December 25 According to a report by Russian Satellite Network on the 25th, French President Macron went to the presidential residence of Versailles for quarantine after being diagnosed with the novel coronavirus.
According to the latest news from the French information TV station BFMTV, Macron has now left the Palace of Versailles. French officials said on the 24th that Macron no longer has symptoms of COVID-19 infection and can end quarantine.
French information television station BFMTV reported that Macron has left the Palace of Versailles for a holiday at the Elysee Palace.
Next week, he will attend a meeting. On December 31, he will also deliver his annual address to the people of the whole country.
On December 17th, local time, the French presidential palace announced that President Macron tested positive for the novel coronavirus on the same day and he would be quarantined.
After that, Macron went to the presidential residence in Versailles for quarantine.
On the 18th, Macron recorded a video on his mobile phone and said that he felt good, but still had symptoms, including fatigue, headache and dry cough.
The Elysee Palace, the French presidential palace, said on the 23rd that Macron’s health is “showing signs of improvement”.
On the 24th, the Elysee Palace issued a press release saying that Macron has not shown any symptoms of COVID-19 infection and can end the seven-day quarantine under the current health regulations.