Bags on their backs, they thank the teams that accompanied them during their quarantine in Carry-le-Rouet (Bouches-du-Rhône). Returnees from Wuhan (China) can find their relatives after 14 days of confinement. For all returnees, like Charles Germain, one goal: “We all want to return to 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.”
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. The other returnees leave on buses in the direction of Aix-en-Provence or Saint-Charles station in Marseille. They are already thinking about resuming a normal life. “We are going to go back to work. We think mainly of the people who stayed in Wuhan”, specifies a returnee. Forty returnees are expected to leave Carry-le-Rouet on Sunday, February 16.
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