The main accused in the trial had tested positive for Covid-19 on December 27.
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Posted on 01/10/2022 6:44 PM Updated on 01/10/2022 6:50 PM
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He is the main accused in the November 13 attacks trial. Salah Abdeslam, who tested positive for Covid-19 on December 27, will again be able to attend the hearings of the special assize court from Tuesday, January 11, according to the medical second opinion report requested by President Jean- Louis Périès. The accused “is currently cured” and “since January 3, 2022, in application of the most recent recommendations in force, he is medically and sanitary fit to attend the hearings of the Assize Court”, concluded the report consulted Monday by France Televisions.
“With regard to the infectious disease, no medical measure should be taken apart from a symptomatic treatment which has been prescribed”, further specifies this document. Finally, concerning the risks of contagion, the report details that “the persistence of positivity for more than ten days does not correspond to virus excretion and is therefore not associated with contagiousness”.
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