Macron who contracted the coronavirus is on the mend and out of self-isolation

Macron who contracted the coronavirus is on the mend and out of self-isolation

French President Emmanuel Macron, who contracted the coronavirus, has recovered and is out of self-isolation.

Doctors said that the politician no longer has any obvious symptoms of COVID-19, so he should no longer be in his official residence La Lantern in Versailles. Macron has already returned to the Elysee Palace to spend the holidays there.

In addition, notes BFMTV, he needs to prepare for work. Next week the President will have to hold a meeting of the Defense and National Security Council, and on New Year’s Eve to address the citizens of France with the traditional address.

That Macron went on the mend, it was reported on December 23. His infection with coronavirus became known on December 17. All this time the politician was working remotely. On December 22, he held a telephone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The leaders talked about the situation around Nagorno-Karabakh, discussed the settlement of the internal Ukrainian conflict and the fight against the coronavirus.