Reuters Charles Platiau
The Elysee Palace announced this evening, Sunday, that President Emmanuel Macron’s health condition, infected with the Coronavirus, has stabilized.
In a statement issued by the French presidency, “Compared to yesterday, the condition of the President of the Republic is stable.”
Yesterday, Saturday, the chief physician at the Elysee Palace, Jean-Christophe Beruchon, confirmed that Macron’s health is stable compared to what was Friday, and that he suffers from symptoms of infection, which are coughing, fatigue and muscle pain.
The chief physician indicated that these symptoms do not prevent the head of state from performing his duties while he is under quarantine.