Covid-19 France: who are the 'elderly and vulnerable'?

I heard that President Macron spoke about the vulnerable and the elderly and deconfinement. Has an age been mentioned to define elderly in this context – and what is meant by ‘vulnerable’?

President Macron has said that he does not wish to make confinement for the elderly obligatory after May 11 but prefers to leave it to individual responsibility.

He also said he does not want there to be any discrimination against elderly or vulnerable people in the progressive ...

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