Canada Coronavirus: Curfew, teleworking, tracking application ... The main measures announced by Emmanuel Macron

02:00  15 october  2020
02:00  15 october  2020 Source:   20minutes.fr

The telework recommended by the government, the unions want a binding agreement

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Curfew, short-time working, telework ... Here are five announcements detailed by the president this Wednesday evening

Emmanuel Macron lors de son interview mercredi 14 octobre 2020. © AFP Emmanuel Macron during of his interview Wednesday, October 14, 2020. EPIDEMIC - Curfew, partial unemployment, teleworking… Here are five announcements detailed by the president this Wednesday evening

The tone was serious, the measures drastic because no indicator can reassure vis -to the Covid-19 epidemic in France. President Emmanuel Macron , interviewed by two journalists from the Elysee on Wednesday evening on TF1 and France 2 said: France is facing a second wave and must therefore take more restrictive measures. And it's not over… "We have it until the summer of 2021 at least with this virus, all the scientists are clear," said Emmanuel Macron, saying he wanted to achieve "a reduction in the number of infections per day from 20,000 to 3,000 or 5,000 ”. Here is a summary of the announcements of the Head of State.

Coronavirus. The government advocates teleworking, the unions want a clear framework

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Le Pen demands Macron implement ‘national curfew ’ in France to curb coronavirus spread. The French government, however, has no plans to implement a curfew to enforce the country’s strict lockdown measures aimed at fighting the coronavirus outbreak.

Curfew from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. in one region and eight metropolises

"The decision we have taken is a curfew in the Ile-de-France region, where the virus is actively circulating and in eight metropolises : Grenoble, Lille, Aix-Marseille, Lyon, Montpellier, Saint-Etienne, Toulouse and Rouen ”, announced Emmanuel Macron. There will not be a driving ban, but a strict limitation for the right reasons. We will no longer go to restaurants, to friends' houses, to party ... "

Under penalty of a fine and under police control. In case of violation of this rule, a fine of 135 euros will be applied. In the event of a repeat offense, it will amount to 1,500 euros. A size restriction that will be in place from this Saturday, 9 p.m. and until 6 a.m. for at least a month.

Partial unemployment at 100% will be extended for impacted professionals (events, artistic, catering, etc.).

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Holidaymakers spared

A few days before the All Saints holiday, Emmanuel Macron reassured the French who wish to leave the metropolises subject to curfews to spend their holidays in the countryside or elsewhere, but respecting the rules of distancing social. "Asking people to stay confined to an apartment and not to go to a vacation spot, that would be disproportionate," said the president, however calling on vacationers to respect "the rules as if they were at home" when their movements.

Two to three days of telework per week

Emmanuel Macron recommended this Wednesday evening "two to three days of telework per week" in companies where this is possible and relevant, to "reduce a little collective pressure and traffic". "It must also be negotiated in the branches and as closely as possible in the company", underlined the head of state, while noting that one "needs to exchange with work colleagues".

Covid-19. Five questions on the curfew introduced on Saturday in several cities in France

 Covid-19. Five questions on the curfew introduced on Saturday in several cities in France © Benoit Tessier / Reuters Bars, restaurants, theaters, cinemas… All will have to close their doors at 9 p.m. from Saturday, October 17 in eight major cities in France and in Ile-de-France, in order to respect the curfew announced by Emmanuel Macron. Illustrative photo. As of Saturday, October 17, Ile-de-France and eight metropolises will have to apply a curfew. This announcement was made by Emmanuel Macron, during his televised address, Wednesday evening.

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French President Emmanuel Macron attends a videoconference at the Élysée Palace, in Paris Macron said in televised remarks that the government decided to order the restrictions because Also on Monday, France’s director general of health Jérôme Salomon said that the coronavirus outbreak

New screening strategy

Emmanuel Macron promised a new "strategy" of tests to detect cases of Covid in order to "be able to drastically reduce the delays", acknowledging that "we have encountered real difficulties on the subject".

He said it would go through new techniques, such as antigen testing, which have been authorized, and the ability to self-test.

New app to trace patients

Noting the failure of the StopCovid application, the president requested the launch of a new application for tracing coronavirus patients. Called, “All Anti-Covid”, this solution will be presented on October 22. It will provide new services, such as where to get tested, or how the virus is circulating.

Limit private meetings to six people

Emmanuel Macron asked the French on Wednesday "not to be more than six at the table" in private meetings, in order to curb the second wave of the coronavirus epidemic . As in restaurants, "this rule of six at most for our personal life, we must do", he recommended, also recommending to "put on the mask as much as possible, including with family or friends".

Aid of 150 euros for beneficiaries of RSA

Beneficiaries of RSA and housing allowances will have "exceptional aid during the six weeks which come from 150 euros, plus 100 euros per child," announced Emmanuel Macron. "This will go between 100 and 450 euros, which is more than a revaluation," continued the president.

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Covid-19. Extended curfew, economic aid ...: what to remember from the announcements of Jean Castex .
© LUDOVIC MARIN / AFP Jean Castex, October 22 in Matignon. Accompanied by several members of his government, the Prime Minister gave a new update on the epidemic situation in France, this Thursday, October 22. Jean Castex notably announced the extension of the curfew to 38 additional departments, as well as in Polynesia. We take stock. In recent weeks, the government's speeches on the Covid-19 are both expected and feared.

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