France’s Emmanuel Macron has tested positive for Covid-19, forcing several European leaders to self-isolate after coming into contact with him.

The 42-year-old president was tested after developing symptoms and can now self-isolate for seven days, the Elysée Palace said during a statement.

He “is still in charge” of running the country and can work remotely.

European Council chief Charles Michel and Spanish PM Pedro Sánchez are among the leaders having to self-isolate.

How are France and other European countries tackling the pandemic?
France in the week ended a six-week national lockdown, replacing the measure with a curfew to assist affect soaring cases.

There are nearly 2.5 million confirmed cases within the country since the epidemic began, with quite 59,400 deaths, consistent with data from Johns Hopkins University.

France plans to start out rolling out its coronavirus vaccination programme from 27 December.

 

France’s Emmanuel Macron has tested positive for Covid-19, forcing several European leaders to self-isolate after coming into contact with him.

The 42-year-old president was tested after developing symptoms and can now self-isolate for seven days, the Elysée Palace said during a statement.

He “is still in charge” of running the country and can work remotely.

European Council chief Charles Michel and Spanish PM Pedro Sánchez are among the leaders having to self-isolate.

How are France and other European countries tackling the pandemic?
France in the week ended a six-week national lockdown, replacing the measure with a curfew to assist affect soaring cases.

There are nearly 2.5 million confirmed cases within the country since the epidemic began, with quite 59,400 deaths, consistent with data from Johns Hopkins University.

France plans to start out rolling out its coronavirus vaccination programme from 27 December.

 

France’s Emmanuel Macron has tested positive for Covid-19, forcing several European leaders to self-isolate after coming into contact with him.

The 42-year-old president was tested after developing symptoms and can now self-isolate for seven days, the Elysée Palace said during a statement.

He “is still in charge” of running the country and can work remotely.

European Council chief Charles Michel and Spanish PM Pedro Sánchez are among the leaders having to self-isolate.

How are France and other European countries tackling the pandemic?
France in the week ended a six-week national lockdown, replacing the measure with a curfew to assist affect soaring cases.

There are nearly 2.5 million confirmed cases within the country since the epidemic began, with quite 59,400 deaths, consistent with data from Johns Hopkins University.

France plans to start out rolling out its coronavirus vaccination programme from 27 December.

France’s Emmanuel Macron has tested positive for Covid-19, forcing several European leaders to self-isolate after coming into contact with him.

The 42-year-old president was tested after developing symptoms and can now self-isolate for seven days, the Elysée Palace said during a statement.

He “is still in charge” of running the country and can work remotely.

European Council chief Charles Michel and Spanish PM Pedro Sánchez are among the leaders having to self-isolate.

How are France and other European countries tackling the pandemic?
France in the week ended a six-week national lockdown, replacing the measure with a curfew to assist affect soaring cases.

There are nearly 2.5 million confirmed cases within the country since the epidemic began, with quite 59,400 deaths, consistent with data from Johns Hopkins University.

France plans to start out rolling out its coronavirus vaccination programme from 27 December.

France’s Emmanuel Macron has tested positive for Covid-19, forcing several European leaders to self-isolate after coming into contact with him.

The 42-year-old president was tested after developing symptoms and can now self-isolate for seven days, the Elysée Palace said during a statement.

He “is still in charge” of running the country and can work remotely.

European Council chief Charles Michel and Spanish PM Pedro Sánchez are among the leaders having to self-isolate.

How are France and other European countries tackling the pandemic?
France in the week ended a six-week national lockdown, replacing the measure with a curfew to assist affect soaring cases.

There are nearly 2.5 million confirmed cases within the country since the epidemic began, with quite 59,400 deaths, consistent with data from Johns Hopkins University.

France plans to start out rolling out its coronavirus vaccination programme from 27 December.

France’s Emmanuel Macron has tested positive for Covid-19, forcing several European leaders to self-isolate after coming into contact with him.

The 42-year-old president was tested after developing symptoms and can now self-isolate for seven days, the Elysée Palace said during a statement.

He “is still in charge” of running the country and can work remotely.

European Council chief Charles Michel and Spanish PM Pedro Sánchez are among the leaders having to self-isolate.

How are France and other European countries tackling the pandemic?
France in the week ended a six-week national lockdown, replacing the measure with a curfew to assist affect soaring cases.

There are nearly 2.5 million confirmed cases within the country since the epidemic began, with quite 59,400 deaths, consistent with data from Johns Hopkins University.

France plans to start out rolling out its coronavirus vaccination programme from 27 December.

France’s Emmanuel Macron has tested positive for Covid-19, forcing several European leaders to self-isolate after coming into contact with him.

The 42-year-old president was tested after developing symptoms and can now self-isolate for seven days, the Elysée Palace said during a statement.

He “is still in charge” of running the country and can work remotely.

European Council chief Charles Michel and Spanish PM Pedro Sánchez are among the leaders having to self-isolate.

How are France and other European countries tackling the pandemic?
France in the week ended a six-week national lockdown, replacing the measure with a curfew to assist affect soaring cases.

There are nearly 2.5 million confirmed cases within the country since the epidemic began, with quite 59,400 deaths, consistent with data from Johns Hopkins University.

France plans to start out rolling out its coronavirus vaccination programme from 27 December.

France’s Emmanuel Macron has tested positive for Covid-19, forcing several European leaders to self-isolate after coming into contact with him.

The 42-year-old president was tested after developing symptoms and can now self-isolate for seven days, the Elysée Palace said during a statement.

He “is still in charge” of running the country and can work remotely.

European Council chief Charles Michel and Spanish PM Pedro Sánchez are among the leaders having to self-isolate.

How are France and other European countries tackling the pandemic?
France in the week ended a six-week national lockdown, replacing the measure with a curfew to assist affect soaring cases.

There are nearly 2.5 million confirmed cases within the country since the epidemic began, with quite 59,400 deaths, consistent with data from Johns Hopkins University.

France plans to start out rolling out its coronavirus vaccination programme from 27 December.

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