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Emmanuel Macron is in the United States for his second state visit
The French president is on American soil.
Emmanuel and Brigitte Macron landed Tuesday evening at the base in Andrews, Maryland, not far from Washington.
The Head of State begins a three-day state visit to the United States, invited by his American counterpart, Joe Biden.
Space, environment, war in Ukraine, economy… For the tenant of the Elysée Palace, the program is extensive, culminating in the joint press conference and the State dinner on Thursday evening.
Our political journalist Rachel Garrat-Valcarcel, present on site, tells you everything on video.
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With the drop in temperatures and a new variant, the virus is indeed talking about itself again, almost three years after the start of the pandemic, reigniting fears for those most at risk.
The Covid-19 epidemic, which experienced a brief lull in France after a wave in early autumn, is starting up again.
On Friday, 48,629 new cases were recorded, compared to 33,177 the previous Friday, an increase of 46%.
Result: more than 4,500 hospitalizations have been recorded over the last seven days.
Elisabeth Borne therefore sounded the alarm on Tuesday.
The Prime Minister launched a “solemn appeal” for respect for barrier gestures in the face of a “new wave”, which “still kills”, and castigated the “obscurantism” of certain elected officials on vaccines.
Against Tunisia, the Blues play their last group match (with serenity)
Six, seven or nine points?
The French team, after two victories, has the opportunity from 4 p.m. this Wednesday to conclude the group stage of the World Cup in the most beautiful way.
Already qualified for the round of 16, the reigning world champions still have a “dynamic” to preserve and substitutes to motivate this Wednesday against Tunisia.
“Having that peace of mind (…) leaves a little more leeway.
But in no case should this third match be overused.
The dynamic is important internally,” said Didier Deschamps.
And by the coach's own admission, changes, "there will be some", but we will have to wait for the match to find out more.
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