While the release of his book “Beyond the Waves” is scheduled for Thursday, September 8, Olivier Véran confided in his former role as Minister of Health. With the Parisian, he notably returned to his psychological difficulties during the management of the health crisis.
On the eve of the release of his book “Beyond the Waves” which tells the backstage of the health crisis, the former Minister of Health and current government spokesperson returned to the difficult years of managing the health crisis linked to Covid-19.
“I touched on the burn-out”, confided Olivier Véran to our colleagues from Parisian. After discussing the Covid crisis, the shortage of masks, its search in 2020 … The current spokesperson admitted to having flinched during his years at Health.
“Dizziness, nausea, throbbing legs”
“One morning, towards the end of the first wave, between a Defense Council and a Council of Ministers, in the Elysée Park. I had dizziness, deep nausea, my legs throbbing. time, I slept three hours a night, I skipped a lot of meals, the stress was permanent“he explained. To avoid these repeated stress shots, Olivier Véran confided that he had “started meditation.”
The ex-minister also recounted his living conditions. “For two years, I lived in my company apartment, thirty meters from my office on the same floor. (…) An apartment in its own juice, with a creaky orthopedic mattress bed, from the 1980s”, he confided in particular before revealing the amount of his salary of “6500 euros net per month after tax.”
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