The Elysee Palace of the French presidential palace issued a press release on the 19th, saying that President Macron was in stable condition that day.
Jean-Christopher Perrohon, the chief physician of the presidential palace medical team, reported that Macron still had headaches, cough and fatigue, but did not affect his performance.
The Presidential Medical Team is also checking Macron regularly.
French President Macron tested for viral nucleic acid after developing symptoms of COVID-19 on the night of the 16th, and was diagnosed with COVID-19 on the 17th.
He is currently undergoing isolation treatment at a presidential residence in Versailles near Paris. Macron still keeps working remotely during the treatment.