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France's president Macron has tested positive to COVID-19

France's President Emmanuel Macron has tested positive for COVID-19 and will self-isolate for the following week. 

Subsequent to finishing a second public lockdown on December 15, France forced an overnight curfew to help manage taking off cases there. 

As indicated by information from Johns Hopkins University, there have been over 2 million confirmed cases in the nation since the pandemic started, with over 59,400 deaths recorded. 

The presidential palace delivered the data in an explanation on Thursday, adding he had been tested after the "beginning of the first symptoms." 

The assertion said that "he will proceed to work and complete his assignments distantly," while quarantined for seven days, in accordance to the National regulations. 

Prime Minister Jean Castex will likewise isolate subsequent to coming into contact with Macron over late days. Castex will not be able to go to the French Senate on Thursday to outline his administration's vaccine strategy, his office said in an explanation. 

Likewise self-isolating as a careful step is the leader of the European Council, Charles Michel, his representative confirmed, subsequent to meeting Macron prior in the week. Michel tested negative on Tuesday in the wake of getting back from Paris. 

Macron was in Brussels before the end of last week for a gathering of EU leaders, facilitated by Michel, however an EU official disclosed that French specialists think the French president was infected on Monday or Tuesday this week. 

Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, who met Macron on Monday, has likewise entered isolation. 

The 42 years old President Emmanuel Macron has become the most recent world leader to test positive for COVID-19, following Prince Albert II of Monaco, Britain's Prince Charles, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Russia's Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro and U.S. President Donald Trump. 

A representative said every one of Macron's outings had been dropped, including a forthcoming visit to Lebanon on 22nd of December.

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