October 16, 2021

Didier Raoult: this improbable advice he gives to TPMP columnists

Didier Raoult was the guest of the program Touche pas à mon poste on C8 this Monday, August 30. The opportunity for the infectious disease specialist to give advice to chroniclers that has not gone unnoticed.

A great tip. For more than a year, the French have been living with the Covid-19 epidemic. In order to eradicate it, the government has continued to put in place sanitary measures which have sometimes been heavily criticized. Quickly, a man knew how to stand out and never ceased to make the buzz. It is Didier Raoult, the director of the IHU Méditerranée. This Monday, August 30, he agreed to answer Cyril Hanouna’s questions and was live on the set of Do not touch My TV. However, as he waited for the interview to begin, he was able to attend a very heated debate between the chroniclers and the guests and this one left a mark on him. Thus, not knowing that he was heard by the stage, he did not mince his words: “I don’t participate in debates like this“, he says first before adding:”I don’t talk to the crazy people“. Subsequently, he gave a very unexpected piece of advice to the chroniclers:”My wife is a psychiatrist so if you want to get horny like this make an appointment with her“, he concluded.

A man who divides. From the start of the interview, when Cyril Hanouna had just said hello to him, Didier Raoult wanted to make things clear. “Good evening, talk to me with respect, without insulting me and without getting excited“, he launches before affirming:”Otherwise i’m leaving“Afterwards, the iconic C8 presenter asks his guest how he is doing, given that he is the center of attention all the time.”I’m fine, don’t worry about me“, he declares before qualifying himself as”caricature of what is happening in this country“. The reason ? “Someone sent us from Paris to tell us that this is not the way to do it. It is a splendor of the evolution of this country which finds that, as soon as something works well, it must be stopped“, specifies the infectious disease specialist. If Didier Raoult divides so much, it is also because he did not hesitate to give a clear opinion on the Covid-19 epidemic but also its management. Confident about a possible treatment to eradicate the virus, he had praised the merits of l’hydroxychloroquine and recently questioned the real effectiveness of vaccination against Covid-19. Words that did not go unnoticed by the French but also members of the government.

Didier Raoult: what are the health measures that he does not understand?

Regarding the health measures put in place recently, Didier Raoult believes that it is “the story that will decide. People who tell us it’s the only policy to do, don’t look at what’s going on elsewhere“, he says first. According to him, there are however”things that are unreasonable like saying that someone who has had Covid must be vaccinated two months later. So that has no scientific basis. I don’t know where it came from“, he concludes. Words that are likely to make a lot of talk.

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A long-awaited interview.

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This is the first time he has answered questions on a show.

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It usually appears on news channels.

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Before the interview, he attended a very heated debate on the set.

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Not knowing that he had heard, he gave advice to the chroniclers.

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He advised them to make an appointment with his wife.

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She’s a psychologist.

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From the start of the interview, Didier Raoult told Cyril Hanouna that he wanted to be treated with respect.

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“Speak to me with respect, without insulting me and without getting excited,” he said.

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He was able to answer Cyril Hanouna’s questions.

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He made remarks that will make people talk.