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the first French returnees are out of quarantine

Their confinement is complete. The first returnees from Wuhan (China) were released on February 14 from their quarantine. In total, these 181 people spent 14 days in Carry-le-Rouet (Bouches-du-Rhône). Health officials wanted to make sure they could not spread Covid-19 coronavirus if they had been exposed to it.

The returnees were able to leave the site by bus. They were directed to the stations of Marseille and Aix-en-Provence or the airport of Marignane. None of them showed symptoms of the Covid-19 coronavirus. The first returnees were therefore all able to return home. Only 44 people, who later arrived by plane from China, are kept on the site.

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