The singer performed in Tréguier, in Côtes-d’Armor and in Pontivy, in Morbihan, before being tested positive. Brittany’s Regional Health Agency (ARS) calls on spectators to get tested.
Some 2,000 fans of Laurent Voulzy present at the concerts in Tréguier, on November 23 and 24, and in Pontivy, on November 25, 26 and 27, are invited by the Regional Health Agency (ARS) of Brittany to be screened, according to information from France Bleu Breizh Izel. The singer tested positive for Covid-19 on November 30.
“People who are not vaccinated or do not have a full vaccination schedule are considered high risk contact and should self-isolate at home and get tested immediately. A new screening test should be performed 7 days after the last contact with the confirmed case. Home isolation only ends in the event of a negative result of this second test and in the absence of symptoms of the coronavirus “ specifies a press release relayed by West France . As for the vaccinated people, considered as contact “at moderate risk”, they do not need to isolate themselves, but must perform a test.
The singer who confided in the book, My cathedrals, on his fascination with places of worship, is currently touring churches and cathedrals. “I like to go to churches and cathedrals, especially when there are few people, or even no one, in this inhabited silence, where the outside noises that we sometimes hear seem unreal. We cross the porch, and we are out of time, between heaven and earth. Planted there, in the middle of towns and villages, sometimes for centuries, the church is a spaceship. Playing there and singing is a joy, and the place is not neutral, because its walls, vaults, stained glass windows, pillars impose their Resonance on us, and are partners with whom we must reckon ”, he said on his official website.
Tested positive, he had to postpone his concerts scheduled until December 10, we can read on his Facebook account. He was to perform in Saint-Lô in the Manche, Hondschoote and Bourbourg in the North.