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World Curfews, reconfigurations ... The avenues studied by Macron to stop the second wave

12:50  13 october  2020
12:50  13 october  2020 Source:   lexpress.fr

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“The peak of the second wave has passed,” Macron said on Tuesday night, but added that it was still necessary “to continue our effort” to stem the spread of the disease. The president announced a three-step plan for lifting the coronavirus lockdown in the country, which will kick in on the weekend with the

French President Emmanuel Macron has announced a late night curfew for residents in Paris, Marseille and seven other cities. French President Emmanuel Macron tells the nation of the new measures he hopes will curb the spread of the France rushes to contain second coronavirus wave .

Faced with the resumption of the epidemic, the government could take new restrictive measures in the most affected areas in France.

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For the first time since the start of the coronavirus epidemic, the government has clearly mentioned the arrival of a second wave. On Monday, on franceinfo, Prime Minister Jean Castex declared: "the second wave is here, there can be no relaxation". "The French considered a little too quickly, despite the speeches we were making, that this virus had disappeared", he insisted. The warnings of the executive have multiplied in recent days, when the cities of Toulouse and Montpellier have joined Lyon, Grenoble, Saint-Etienne and Lille, Paris and Aix-Marseille in the maximum alert zone.

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Nonetheless, President Macron has reimposed a state of health emergency and has introduced a curfew . The curfew , to last for a month (at least) Germany was the one major Western European nation that avoided a large death count from the first wave of the pandemic. On a per capita basis, the

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In Île-de-France, the Regional Health Agency has warned that a "strong wave" was coming. All the indicators are therefore red. And Emmanuel Macron finally decided to speak Wednesday evening simultaneously on TF1 and France 2. The President of the Republic should make announcements to try to stem the current dynamic of the virus. Prior to that, a Defense Council to study possible new restrictions, which was normally scheduled to take place on Wednesday, was moved to Tuesday morning at 9 a.m. in an emergency. "In a defense council, everything is on the table, from the simplest to the hardest ...", slips the entourage of the president to Europe 1 .

A curfew under study

According to Le Point , for the first time in Metropolitan France, a curfew is being considered in areas where the virus is circulating significantly, particularly in Paris and Île-de-France where the indicators are red. France could be inspired by its German neighbor where a curfew has been decided in Berlin. However, this measure does not concern the movement of people, but only stores which must remain closed between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. in Berlin, except pharmacies and petrol stations, and between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. in Frankfurt. The sale of alcohol is also prohibited during these hours.

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Overnight curfews and new restrictive measures were announced in multiple regions across Europe as COVID-19-related hospital admissions and deaths In Italy, a nightly curfew between midnight and 5 am begins on Saturday in the region of Lazio, which includes Rome, and will last for 30 days.

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In France, the curfew could be decreed at 8 pm, 10 pm or 11 pm. This solution, which could be seen by the population as the beginning of reconfinement, would also allow the government to keep control of private parties and family gatherings that it is impossible to ban. "It is not legally possible", even confessed Jean Castex on franceinfo. The government can also use the example of Guyana where a curfew has been in effect since March 25. Lightened last September 25, it now starts at midnight and ends at 5 a.m. every day, as France-Guyane recalls.

Towards local reconfinements?

In addition to the curfew, when the health situation becomes alarming, local re-containments could be considered as a last resort. "We will see what the epidemiological data are at the start of the week to see whether it is necessary to go further," said Jean Castex on Monday without giving more details. The one who was known to be the "Mister deconfinement" before arriving in Matignon always warned that a backup plan was available.

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On May 6, he assured: "In the plan for exiting containment, I proposed that a reconfinement plan be also ready "but" that is not our goal ". On September 24, in the program "Vous ont la parole" on France 2, he mentioned for the first time the hypothesis of a targeted reconfinement, recalls Liberation .

Other measures envisaged

In areas of maximum alert, restaurants have so far escaped closure. But the option of a permanent closure without distinction between bars and restaurants is being studied, according to Europe 1. Likewise, the inhabitants of certain areas could again see their freedom of movement hampered with the arrival. kilometer restrictions, the content of which is not yet known. After deconfinement, the French were allowed to move within a radius of 100 km, in which case they had to justify their trip with a certificate.

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In addition to the Defense Council, Jean Castex must hold a working meeting on the epidemic in the company of several ministers. An event that he intends to register in time with a point now weekly, specifies Le Parisien .

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