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Coronavirus: Police Hunt homes of High French Officers in COVID-19 probe

French authorities searched the houses of their former prime minister Edouard Philippe, both the former and current health ministers and other leading officials Thursday in an investigation into the government response to the worldwide coronavirus pandemic.

The health ministry affirmed the sunrise searches, which comprised the offices of their present health minister Olivier Veran.

They arrived a day after French President Emmanuel Macron declared curfews from the Paris area and eight additional French metropolitan regions to manage the increasing toll of fresh infections.

COVID-19 patients, physicians, prison employees, police officers, and others in France registered an unparalleled 90 legal complaints lately, especially more than deficits of masks and other gear.

The veteran’s office has been searched also.

Salomon abruptly declared an early-morning live meeting on French news station BFM-TV because of”personal reasons,” according to this community.

Jean-Luc Reitzer, an opposition member of the French parliament that had been hospitalized with a serious case of coronavirus, stated he had been astounded by the hunts.

“Can our citizens seriously feel the shortages, which were authentic, were voluntary?” He requested on BFM.