5 thoughts on “Coronavirus in Paris: What’s going on?

  1. Thank you so much for this information. I am due in Paris in April I have been spending time there for the past 8 years, but I am undecided at this time. My big concern is flying from L.A. an 11 hour flight.
    Will you be doing your book tour? I am looking forward to seeing you in L.A. in May.
    Best regards, Ann

  2. Complete idiocy, this panic. If you’re old and sick, stay home. Everybody else, wash your hands and cover your mouth when you cough–whether you think you have a coronavirus dry cough or a regular crève mucus cough. Easier said than done–evil stepdaughter was just here to see her ill father and she came with the flu (regular kind). She never covered her mouth when she coughed, nor did she wash her hands after blowing her nose. Her germs are OK; it’s other people’s that are not. We were all vaccinated against the regular flu, which is probably why we haven’t gotten sick.

  3. Thank you for a rational, practical update. We plan to visit at the end of June, barring government travel advice stopping us. Our trip is a lifelong dream, so…I hope things have a better outlook by then.

  4. So interesting! But it’s embarrassing to hear that a fellow American is the only one who tries to get away with breaking the rules.

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