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World Contrescarpe, Buci: in Paris, the prefect Lallement prohibits aperitifs from 11 am

09:15  23 february  2021
09:15  23 february  2021 Source:   liberation.fr

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Watch out for aperitifs in the capital! In a decree published on Monday, the Paris police headquarters announced that the consumption of alcohol will be prohibited in certain busy streets in Paris from Tuesday between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. A ban scheduled for a period of fifteen days.

Due to the regrouping of people observed this weekend, the Prefect of Police issued an order prohibiting the consumption of alcohol on rue de Buci and place de la Contrescarpe, between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., from Tuesday 23/02 in order to fight the spread of # COVID19 . pic.twitter.com/YNAcDOflH7

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- Préfecture de Police (@prefpolice) February 22, 2021

“Groups of people, linked in particular to alcohol consumption, were observed this weekend in Paris in favor of mild temperatures ”, indicates the prefecture in its press release in order to justify the decree taken at the end of the day. "These gatherings on public roads, favored by the consumption of alcoholic beverages, have led to behavior contrary to barrier gestures, likely to promote the spread of the virus at a time when the health situation remains fragile."

Among the streets affected by the measure are the rue de Buci (6th arrondissement) as well as the Place de la Contrescarpe (5th arrondissement), famous in particular since Alexandre Benalla punched it there. Since the release of the second lockdown in mid-December, several dozen people used to meet there to have a few drinks, before the fateful time of the curfew. The list of streets concerned is not fixed. It is "likely to evolve" according to "behavior observed by the police force" , specifies the prefecture in its press release. Failure to comply with this measure will result in a fine of 135 euros.

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