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Australia Coronavirus: Return of the outdoor markets in Lille and in the Pas-de-Calais

17:55  29 march  2020
17:55  29 march  2020 Source:   20minutes.fr

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The prefectures of Nord and Pas-de-Calais have just authorized, once again, the holding of outdoor markets in certain municipalities even in this period of epidemic of coronavirus

Illsutration du marché de Wazemmes, à Lille, le 22 mars, pendant le confinement. © Sarah Alcalay / SIPA Illsutration of the Wazemmes market, in Lille, on March 22, during confinement. COMMERCE - The prefectures of Nord and Pas-de-Calais have just authorized, once again, the holding of outdoor markets in certain municipalities even during this period of coronavirus epidemic

Change of course. After announcing, on March 23, ban the holding of outdoor markets , the government relaxed on Friday, its position and made public a new health protocol, during the period of containment . A decision that allows the city of Lille to reopen its 19 markets and the halls of Wazemmes. The prefect of the North, in fact, gave his approval this Sunday, at the request of Lille.

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"The city has always been opposed to this decision of the government, underlines the town hall of Lille, in a press release. Firstly because it is wrongly based on the idea that it is always possible to obtain supplies from supermarkets […] and because the closing of markets is contrary to the consumption and food quality model that we defend who favors local production and short circuits. "

The Greens had, on Friday, denounced the prefect's decision to ban the Lille markets, believing" less dangerous to go to an outdoor market than in a large area "and expressing their" concerns about this distortion of competition at the expense of small local producers ”.

Controls by the police

In Pas-de-Calais, the prefect also authorized the return of local markets in the 46 municipalities - notably Arras, Calais, Boulogne-sur-Mer or Saint-Omer - which had asked for an exemption, specifying that "the police may be required to carry out controls, to ensure compliance with the requirements".

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Markets are only authorized for the sole installation of food businesses and are always prohibited without prefectural derogation .

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