Emmanuel Macron in videoconference, from the Elysee Palace, with a 3rd grade class from the Itard d'Oraison college in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, April 6, 2021. -
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Emmanuel Macron talks with college students on post-confinement
By participating in a videoconference with a 3rd grade class on Tuesday, Emmanuel Macron wanted to give details to all French people on the post-confinement.
During this interview, held during a history class at Itard d'Oraison college in Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, the Head of State answered many questions from students.
These covered all the concerns and uncertainties linked to the health crisis: When can we remove the mask?
Will there still be containment?
How will the summer be?
In responding, the president notably promised that "there will be relaxations for this summer and yes, the businesses will reopen there, from mid-May".
New complaint after the death of a vaccinee with AstraZeneca in France
Problems continue for Astrazeneca.
The laboratory once again faced an avalanche of bad news on Tuesday, fueling further mistrust of its Covid-19 vaccine.
The family of a 63-year-old man, who died in March in Haute-Savoie of "multiple thromboses" after receiving a first injection of the vaccine, filed a complaint against X for "manslaughter", we learned Tuesday from of the parquet of Annecy.
On the same day, the University of Oxford announced that it was suspending trials on children of the vaccine it developed with AstraZeneca, pending the opinion of the British regulator "on rare cases of thrombosis which have been reported in adults ”.
Finally, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) for its part indicated that it was still evaluating whether AstraZeneca's product is potentially linked to the formation of rare blood clots, reported in several countries.
Bayern-PSG, the revenge?
Parisians do not adhere to this theory
This Wednesday night's PSG match at the Allianz Arena in the Champions League will have an air of déjà vu.
The players of the capital will indeed go to face those of Bayern in the quarter-final first leg of the competition.
This poster echoes the meeting between the two teams this summer in the C1 final (Final 8 version).
If the word "revenge" is on the lips of many commentators, the captain of PSG does not see things that way at all.
According to him, “it's another context, another coach”.
However, he concedes that “if some people want to take this to motivate themselves a little more, that's welcome”.
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