EU postpones summit after Michel goes into quarantine

The Malta Independent | Sep 22, 2020 at 8:37 PM
  • The coronavirus pandemic forced the European Union to postpone a scheduled summit for a week after EU Council President Charles Michel went into quarantine because a close collaborator was diagnosed with COVID-19.
  • In July, he forced the national leaders to stay for four days in Brussels to broker an 1.85 trillion-euro agreement on a pandemic recovery fund and long-term EU budget.
  • EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier tested positive for the virus in March.