Macron's chief of staff working from home after possible virus contact


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  • Tuesday, 10 Mar 2020

PARIS (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron's chief of staff Patrick Strzoda was to work from home after coming into contact with a person who tested positive for coronavirus, the president's office told Reuters on Tuesday.

Macron's office also said Strzoda showed no symptom and would be tested on Tuesday or Wednesday.

(Reporting by Marine Pennetier; Writing by Matthieu Protard; editing by Michel Rose)

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