“No more motivation”: Jean-Luc Reichmann, suffering from Covid, confides in his daily life which “shrivels” him

“No more motivation”: Jean-Luc Reichmann, suffering from Covid, confides in his daily life which “shrivels” him
“No more motivation”: Jean-Luc Reichmann, suffering from Covid, confides in his daily life which “shrivels” him

“It’s a big disaster but you have to take maximum precautions and safety and it is true that it certainly came from children but here it is, Jean-Luc Reichmann confessed this Sunday on RFM about the Covid-19 he had just contracted. It is true that it shrivels completely! “
“It just puts you on the ground!”

The one who will be showing the 8th season of “Léo Matteï, brigade of minors” this Thursday evening on TF1 confided in his daily ordeal this morning at the microphone of Europe 1. The 60-year-old host has yet to stay in solitary confinement for two weeks. It is therefore halfway through the difficult path. “I do not know if you are vaccinated my dear Philippe (Vandel, note). But if you’re not, you gotta go run and do it because it puts you squarely on the ground. Me, it’s been two weeks and I’m starting to go up the slope a little bit“, he lamented.”It surprises when a phone call from school tells you : ‘You have to come and pick up your child this morning’. We took every possible precaution unimaginable on all shoots. And it can happen. “

“You confuse day and night”; “You have to get vaccinated”

Nathalie Lecoultre’s husband, with whom he created Léo Matteï, suffers from it every day. “You confuse day and night, that is, you no longer have any strength at all, he explained on Europe 1. You no longer have the taste to eat. You no longer have any motivation in your head. Effectively when I say that it shrivels up, it’s only at a point when you confuse tastes and you no longer smell. There, it will be two weeks that I am totally confined. We must realize that it is important what is happening and that we must be vaccinated!

“One month ahead of filming”

A quarantine situation which forced the host of the 12 strokes of noon to stop the shootings of his game broadcast daily on TF1. But Jean-Luc Reichmann wanted to be reassuring on French radio. “There, I had three weeks, a month early, so it’s a real great chance for me and for the teams, he concluded. But as soon as I felt the slightest beginnings, I stopped everything so as not to put the teams in danger. And the danger came from the children and from the school.“No rerun therefore, for the moment, as was the case during the first confinement.

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