After 14 days of quarantine, reunion time struck Friday, February 14. A couple and their child no longer wear their masks, they are greeted by relatives and leave by car. It is the end of the 14 days of confinement in the Carry-le-Rouet holiday center (Bouches-du-Rhône) for these returnees from Wuhan (China), the birthplace of Covid-19.
For all, one goal: to find a normal life. “Our concern was to see our loved ones while being sure of being safe, for them and for the whole of France”, explains Charles Germain, one of the returnees. A man came to pick up his son and daughter-in-law. He has already planned the program for the coming days: walks and rest. Some returnees take specially chartered buses to reach Saint-Charles station in Marseille. After two weeks of isolation, the returnees know that they are not infected.
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