World Reconfinement: Anne Hidalgo pleads for the opening of bookstores

19:30  29 october  2020
19:30  29 october  2020 Source:   parismatch.com

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The mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo hopes that bookstores remain open during the new month-long confinement announced by Emmanuel Macron.

  Reconfinement : Anne Hidalgo plaide pour l'ouverture des librairies © CELINE BREGAND / SIPA

"We must not sacrifice education, culture or local shops," said Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo on Thursday, who "wants us to keep our bookstores open", a few hours of a new one-month confinement announced by Emmanuel Macron .

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Cultural life must become "a legitimate reason for leaving, with supporting evidence", she demanded at a press conference. "I understand the frustration, the weariness, the anger to find ourselves again in the situation of March" declared the mayor of Paris, but "there are no other more effective solutions to protect the population and our health system ". She lamented the incidence rate for her city "the highest in Ile-de-France", with 500 positive cases for covid-19 per 100,000 inhabitants.

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"To cope with confinement, the city must be united" continued the mayor of Paris, who calls for the mobilization "of those who have the capacity to help and engage" with associations of food aid and school support, or simply in their building by helping a neighbor.

She will meet on Friday with the Parisian solidarity associations "to take stock of their needs". Ms. Hidalgo said that "Parisians will be able to help respond to this through a tool, + La Fabrique de la solidarité +, which will identify the needs and willingness to engage".

"The teams of the city of Paris are mobilized to maintain the link with all isolated vulnerable people", she said, and "a campaign of telephone calls will be launched

Containment. Sales fell between 70 and 85% in bookstores, according to publisher Denoël .
© Marc ROGER / Ouest-France A woman buying a book on the doorstep of a Nantes bookstore, November 4, 2020 (photo d 'drawing). Bookstores have seen their turnover drop from 70 to 85% by being allowed only to sell pre-ordered books on their doorstep or by mail order, according to figures published this Friday, November 6 by the publisher Denoël. There has been a lot of talk about libraries since the start of this new containment.

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