Australia Covid-19: the Scientific Council wants a reconfinement protocol for large cities
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The Scientific Council calls for the mobilization of the 20 largest French cities against the Covid-19.
, is finally not on vacation. On Monday, the body responsible for advising the government on the management of the epidemic released two new opinions. In the one dated July 27 and entitled "Prepare now to anticipate a return of the virus in the fall", the President's experts recall that "France can change at any time" and call in particular . Code name of this operation: "the large metropolitan area protocol".
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Government must prepare battle plan, scientists say
As Leicester, UK has been reconfigured and a curfew with drastic measures is in place in Melbourne, Australia, Council says , in "areas with high population densities", the risk of local re-containment is great and notes that "countries like England have developed such plans". "It is imperative to mobilize and appeal to the local authorities of the top 20 cities in France so that they design and operationalize local intervention plans in the event of a health threat", argue the scientists.
More generally and on the question of tests in particular, they urge the government to mobilize "upstream", to develop "a doctrine". In short, to prepare a battle plan, to anticipate so as not to find yourself helpless as in March in the face of the first wave.
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