French President Macron Improves After COVID Prognosis – Presidency
© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: French President Macron, tested positive for coronavirus, speaks via video conference in Paris
PARIS (Reuters) – French President Emmanuel Macron's health is showing signs of improvement after testing positive for COVID-19 on December 17, his office said on Wednesday.
Macron was self-isolating at Versailles, and BFM TV broadcast live images of him as chairman of a government ministerial meeting over an audiovisual link this week.
He has said that although he will work more slowly on his recovery, he will continue to address priority issues such as France's response to the COVID pandemic and Brexit.
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