France’s Macron blames his COVID-19 on negligence, bad luck

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French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday blamed his COVID-19 on charges of negligence and vengeance, urging his compatriots to be safe from what critics called slip-ups in their dealings to prevent infection, In order to prevent infection, group meals are repeated repeatedly during close handshakes.

Which was visible A self-shot video While he was isolated from his presidency in Versailles, Macron said he was experiencing symptoms that included headaches, fatigue and dry cough. He promised to provide daily updates and be “completely transparent” about the development of his disease.

“I’m doing well,” said the 42-year-old French leader, speaking softly with a bottle of gel on the desk behind him and dressed carelessly in the top of a turtle. “Generally, there is no reason for it to develop in a bad way.”

French President Emmanuel Macron is seen on screen as he attends a roundtable for the National Humanitarian Conference (NHC) in video conference, taken at the Foreign Ministry in Paris on Thursday, December 17, 2020.  The French President tested positive for Emmanuel Macron.  COVID-19 Thursday after a week in which he met with several European leaders.  (Charles Platieu / Pool via Globe Live Media)

French President Emmanuel Macron is seen on screen as he attends a roundtable for the National Humanitarian Conference (NHC) in video conference, taken at the Foreign Ministry in Paris on Thursday, December 17, 2020. The French president tested positive for Emmanuel Macron. COVID-19 Thursday after a week in which he met with several European leaders. (Charles Platieu / Pool via Globe Live Media)

Macron said his infection “shows that the virus can actually touch everyone, because I’m very protected and very careful.”

“Despite everything I caught this virus – maybe, undoubtedly, a moment of carelessness, also a moment of misfortune,” he said.

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A European leader, who spent time at an EU summit with Macron last week, Slovakia’s Prime Minister Igor Matovich tested positive for the virus on Friday. Ten other leaders have tested negative at the European Union summit; Others are either not testing or have not released results.

The White House said on Friday that US President Donald Trump, who tested positive for coronovirus and spent three days at Walter Reed Medical Center in early October, spoke with Macron and wished him speedy recovery. Several White House aides and Trump’s campaign staff members then tested positive.

French President Emmanuel Macron is seen on a screen as he attends a roundtable for the National Humanitarian Conference (NHC) by video conference, taken on Thursday, December 17, 2020, at the Foreign Ministry in Paris.  French President Emmanuel Macron tested positive for COVID-19 after a week in which he met with several European leaders.  (Charles Platieu / Pool via Globe Live Media)

French President Emmanuel Macron is seen on a screen as he attends a roundtable for the National Humanitarian Conference (NHC) by video conference, taken on Thursday, December 17, 2020, at the Foreign Ministry in Paris. French President Emmanuel Macron tested positive for COVID-19 after a week in which he met with several European leaders. (Charles Platieu / Pool via Globe Live Media)

In France, Macron’s diagnosis criticized that he set a bad example as the country sees a new upsurge in affairs and doctors warn families to be cautious this holiday season, especially at the dinner table .

Macron usually wears a mask and follows social removal rules, and he has insisted that his virus strategy is driven by science. But he has been caught on camera in recent days in violation of French virus-control guidelines.

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He greeted the head of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Angel Guria, in a meeting on Monday. Both were masked, but Macron’s office admitted on Friday that the move was a “mistake”.

In his video message on Friday, the president suggested that his behavior had helped limit the spread of the virus.

La Lanten, a presidential residence in Versailles outside Paris, is featured on Friday, December 18, 2020.  As French President Emmanuel Macron rides Coronovirus in a presidential retreat in Versailles, French doctors are warning families who are heading for the holidays to be vigilant due to an increase in infections - especially From at the dinner table.  (Globe Live Media Photo / Michelle Euler)

La Lanten, a presidential residence in Versailles outside Paris, is featured on Friday, December 18, 2020. As French President Emmanuel Macron rides Coronovirus in a presidential retreat in Versailles, French doctors are warning families who are heading for the holidays to be vigilant due to an increase in infections – especially From at the dinner table. (Globe Live Media Photo / Michelle Euler)

Macron said, “If I had not respected the rules, obstruction measures, I would have caught it much faster and, mostly, I would have delivered it in the preceding hours.”

He appealed to people to “persevere” and looked at each other during the festive season, warning: “The virus is picking up, even stronger.”

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Last week, Macron spent two days in intensive talks at the EU summit in Brussels with the leaders of the other 26 member states. Video excerpts released by the European Union showed that leaders were dispersed in a circle in a huge meeting room – Macron, and most other leaders were not masked.

Macron has also hosted or participated in several large-group meals before testing positive Thursday, including members of his centrist and rival politicians, while advising Frenchmen to avoid celebrations larger than six at present. Is given. His office is contacting attendees for a meal, but some people sitting away from the president reported that he was not considered a risk.

FILE - In this Dec.14, 2020 file photo, French President Emmanuelle Macron welcomes OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurria for lunch working at the एलिlysée Palace in Paris.  Macron's allies scramble to contact everyone he had in recent times.  The French health minister suggested that he might be infected at the EU summit in Brussels last week, but Macron also had several meetings in Paris.  Emmanuel Macron's positive test comes as French health officials are again seen warning of infection and aggravation as French families prepare to come together for Christmas and New Year celebrations.  (Globe Live Media Photo / Michelle Euler, File)

FILE – In this Dec.14, 2020 file photo, French President Emmanuelle Macron welcomes OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurria for lunch working at the एलिlysée Palace in Paris. Macron’s allies scramble to contact everyone he had in recent times. The French health minister suggested that he might be infected at the EU summit in Brussels last week, but Macron also had several meetings in Paris. Emmanuel Macron’s positive test comes as French health officials are again seen warning of infection and aggravation as French families prepare to come together for Christmas and New Year celebrations. (Globe Live Media Photo / Michelle Euler, File)

The Macron office is not detailing his treatment. He is staying at the presidential residence of La Latane in the former red city of Versailles, which has been kept tightly guarded by police.

Macron’s positive test comes as French health officials are again seeing an increase in infections and are warning more as French families prepare to come together for Christmas and New Year celebrations. France reported another 18,254 new infections on Thursday and its death toll is just under 60,000.

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France’s Pasteur Institute released a study on Friday stating that meal time at home and in public is a major source of contamination. Pasteur epidemiologist Arnaud Fontanet said on France-Inter radio on Friday that during the holidays, “We can see each other, there are just not many, and at the critical moments of the meal, there are not many people at the same table.” . “

The president said Macron performed seven days of self-isolation on Thursday morning “as soon as symptoms first appeared” and in line with recommendations from national health officials. Macron planned to continue working, and went ahead with a planned speech by Videoconference on Thursday.

The French health minister suggested that Macron may have been infected at the EU summit in Brussels last week, but Macron also had several meetings in Paris.

France had Europe’s first virus case in January, but Macron’s government faced criticism for not doing enough masks or tests and limiting the population quickly enough. A strict two-month lockdown reduced infection, and France sent the children back to school and their parents back to work.

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But as the infection receded, he announced a new, softer lockout aimed at easing the pressure on hospitals in October. The measures were relaxed a little this week, although restaurants, tourist spots, gyms and some other facilities are closed.

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