French President Emmanuel Macron is showing signs of improvement after testing positive for COVID-19 last week, his office said on Wednesday.
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Macron has been self-isolating at Versailles, and BFM TV this week broadcast live images of him chairing a government ministerial meeting via an audiovisual link.
He has said that although he will be working at a slower pace as he recovers, he will continue to tackle top-priority issues such as France's response to the COVID pandemic and Brexit.
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