Rather than a confinement for life in a stable, the goat of monsieur Seguin prefers to enjoy a single day of freedom in the nature. Everyone knows that she ends up eaten by the wolf – but at the time she chooses. The Face of the epidemic triggered by the coronavirus, the novel written by Alphonse Daudet in 1866 reminds us that life is not free of risks, sometimes fatal, and that freedom is a precious commodity, even more perhaps than the health.

In the war that the president and Emmanuel Macron intends us to deliver, the virus Sars-CoV-2 is not our only enemy. Lurking behind…