"The president tried positive for Covid-19 today," it said in an articulation, adding that he had been tried after the "beginning of the main side effects".
French President Emmanuel Macron has tried positive for Covid-19 on Thursday, the administration stated, adding that he would now self-detach for the following week.
"The president tried positive for Covid-19 today," it said in an explanation, adding that he had been tried after the "beginning of the main manifestations".
Macron will now, as per public guidelines, "self disengage for seven days. He will proceed to work and complete his exercises distantly," it said.
The French president is one of a few heads of state and government around the globe who have contracted Covid-19, including British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and US President Donald Trump.
France recently facilitated limitations forced to fight the second flood of the Covid yet contamination rates stay high.
There is as yet a cross country short-term time limitation from 8 pm to end the spread of the infection while cafés and bistros just as theaters and films stay shut.
More than 59,300 individuals have passed on in France of Covid since the beginning of the pandemic, as per official figures.
The account of more than 17,000 new cases on Wednesday alone has additionally created worry as individuals shop and travel all the more seriously in front of the Christmas occasions.
Like other EU states, France is placing its trust in an antibody to control the infection and Prime Minister Jean Castex said Wednesday the nation will get around 1.16 million Covid-19 immunization portions by year end.