Mrs. Macron coming into quarantine after contact with infected people
Mrs. Macron coming into quarantine after contact with infected people On the 19th local time, the number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in France exceeded 900,000.
Officials released news that day that French President Macron’s wife Brigitte had entered quarantine due to contact with infected persons.
According to the epidemic data released that night, the total number of confirmed cases in France exceeded 900,000 on that day, reaching 910,277. There were 270,000 new cases in France in the past 14 days.
The number of deaths from Coronavirus in France is now 33,623, with 146 new deaths.
The data shows that the virus is still spreading further. The number of cluster infection cases under investigation increased to 1,775, and the number of new cluster infection cases in a single day on the 19th was 70; the positive rate of virus testing has risen to a new high of 13.4%.
The number of inpatients and critically ill patients with the Coronavirus in France has increased significantly, and the pressure on the medical system continues to increase.
On the 19th, the number of inpatients with the Coronavirus in France was 11,661, an increase of 743 from the previous day; the number of critically ill patients exceeded 2000, and the number is now 2,099
An increase of 151 from the previous day; the number of hospitalized patients in the greater Paris area has reached 3,168 on the 19th. 114 more than the previous day.
French officials released news on the 19th that President Macron’s wife
Brigitte had contacted a person infected with the Coronavirus on the 15th
who was diagnosed on the 19th and had symptoms.
Brigitte was therefore quarantined for 7 days.
Officials revealed that Brigitte currently has no symptoms.
Brigitte, 67, has recently participated in some activities, such as visiting schools in the greater
Paris area on the 12th of this month, accompanied by the Minister of Education, Blanche.
As Brigitte went into quarantine, she will not attend the event to mourn
the murdered teacher scheduled to be held in Paris this week.
A source at the French Presidential Palace stated that Brigitte will also take relevant anti-epidemic measures in his personal life.
French Prime Minister Castel met with European Central Bank President Lagarde on the 19th.
The two discussed the economic impact of the second wave of COVID-19. Castel said in a meeting with French local officials that the
second wave of the epidemic will have a great impact on the economy.
He also said that the economic stimulus plan