Will this health crisis change the face of the world? Are the French oblivious? Is chloroquine treatment really effective? So many questions that a multitude of guests will try to answer on the set It's your turn to speak, Thursday March 26 on France 2. Led by Léa Salamé and Thomas sotto, the show will return to the rules of containment imposed by the government as well as the barrier gestures recommended by Emmanuel Macron. Around the table, several specialists will exchange their diagnosis as Michel Cymes, strongly criticized for having underestimated the virus, but also other big names in medicine.
Responders directly affected by the Covid-19
The guests present around the table will have to answer the questions expressed by the viewers via the hashtag #YouAnswer. Brice Teinturier, deputy chief executive officer of the Ipsos polling institute, will also be responsible for probing French morale with the help of a major poll all evening. Several politicians will also be asked to speak on the subject using live duplex. So, Olivier Véran, Minister of Solidarity and Health, Christophe Castaner, Minister of the Interior or the Minister of Economy and Finance, Bruno Le Maire, will enlighten the French.
In order to get into the scientific details, Philippe Juvin, head of the Emergency Department of Pompidou Hospital, will speak, as well as Karine Lacombe, infectious disease specialist and head of service at Saint-Antoine Hospital, Boris Cyrulnik, neuropsychiatrist or even Gaël Durel, president of the national association of coordinating doctors in nursing homes. Thierry Cotillard, president of Intermarché, will also speak about the proper functioning of its food surfaces in the midst of the Covid-19 crisis.
A program divided into three stages
As explained by Alix Bouihaguet, editor-in-chief of the show, to our colleagues from TV Mag, It's your turn to speak, broadcast Thursday March 26 at 9:05 p.m., will be divided into three stages: "We will firstly be dedicated to health, in which we will examine the spread of the virus, tests, treatment with chloroquine … Secondly, we will focus on confinement and daily life. Finally, the last time will be devoted to the virus in the world of work. " The journalist, former editor-in-chief of The Political Show sure France 2 put a fist of honor to the transparency of the questions: "Everything revolves around their concerns, their doubts, their fears. The idea of this program is to respond to them in each area."
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