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Canada Patrick Devedjian died of Covid-19: why his latest tweets arouse emotion

16:06  29 march  2020
16:06  29 march  2020 Source:   non-stop-people.com

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Death of Covid-19 on the night of Saturday March 28 to Sunday March 29, Patrick Devedjian had nevertheless shared reassuring news on Twitter in recent days. No Stop People tells you more.

Patrick Devedjian mort du Covid-19 : pourquoi ses derniers tweets suscitent l’émotion © maxppp Patrick Devedjian died of Covid-19: why his latest tweets arouse emotion

Patrick Devedjian did not survive the coronavirus. Aged 75, the former minister and president of the Hauts-de-Seine departmental council died of the Covid-19 on the night of Saturday March 28 to Sunday March 29 , the department announced this Sunday March 29 on Twitter. Sad news, especially since Patrick Devedjian had been reassuring about his health in recent days. Hospitalized after being tested positive for Covid-19, the politician was then in stable condition. "I am affected by the epidemic, therefore able to bear witness directly to the exceptional work of the doctors and all the nursing staff," he thanked. "Tired but stabilized thanks to them, I go back up the hill and send them a very big thank you for their constant help to all the patients", assured always optimistic Patrick Devedjian.

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"His condition has deteriorated"

In two days, Patrick Devedjian's condition has therefore deteriorated . "His condition deteriorated on Saturday. The doctors decided to place him in an artificial coma to intubate him," said a close collaborator at the Parisian. This was not enough to save Patrick Devedjian. In the political class, the emotion is great. Among the tributes, Patrick Devedjian's personality, culture and commitment were highlighted. Former Prime Minister Manuel Valls praised on Twitter "his outspokenness, his humor, his local roots. He was affectionate and of great culture. To his family and loved ones, my condolences." Jean-Pierre Raffarin wrote to him with emotion: "Patrick Devedjian, convictions, culture, empathy, character, talent, ... a Minister who has honored the function. One of the best Deep sadness. Condolences to his wife and family. "

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I am affected by the epidemic, therefore able to bear witness directly to the exceptional work of the doctors and all the nursing staff. Tired but stabilized thanks to them, I go back up the hill and send them a very big thank you for their constant help to all the patients.

- Patrick Devedjian (@DevedjianP) March 26, 2020

Another very sad news ... I liked Patrick Devedjian.. his frank words, his humor, his local roots. He was affectionate and of great culture. To his family and loved ones, my condolences.

- Manuel Valls (@manuelvalls) March 29, 2020

Great emotion at the announcement of the death of Patrick Devedjian, former minister, President of the Hauts de Seine, committed republican, free spirit. My sincere condolences to his relatives and his family.

- Richard Ferrand (@RichardFerrand) March 29, 2020

I hear with sadness the disappearance of my friend Patrick Devedjian from the aftermath of the. Tribute to this committed, courageous Gaullist who was a great minister and a great mayor devoted to his city of Antony with whom I shared many fights alongside

- Christian Estrosi (@cestrosi) March 29, 2020

Patrick Devedjian, convictions, culture, empathy, character, talent, ... a Minister who has honored the office. One of the best. Profound Sadness. Condolences to his wife and family.

- Jean-Pierre Raffarin (@jpraffarin) March 29, 2020

Death of former minister Patrick Devedjian at 75 from the coronavirus .
© Bouxou Albert / Avenir Pictures / ABACA Death of former minister Patrick Devedjian at 75 from the consequences of coronavirus Former minister and chairman of the board departmental of Hauts-de-Seine, Patrick Devedjian, died at the age of 74, on the night of Saturday March 28 to Sunday March 29. A few days earlier, he had announced that he had coronavirus.

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