French President Will Make a Televised National Address on Sunday

PARIS — French President Emmanuel Macron will make a televised national address on Sunday evening, the fourth since the coronavirus crisis started.

His office didn't immediately provide details about the speech.

Macron had previously addressed the nation on March 12 and March 16 to announce school closures and lockdown measures. He then spoke again on television on April 13 to say France would be ready to gradually ease restrictions after May 11.

French authorities have reported 29,296 deaths from the virus in hospitals and nursing homes.


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