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Canada Coronavirus. 12,000 police officers and gendarmes dedicated to enforcing the curfew

17:50  15 october  2020
17:50  15 october  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Le ministre de l’Intérieur, Gérald Darmanin, a annoncé que 12 000 policiers et gendarmes seront chargés de faire respecter le couvre-feu dans les huit métropoles et en Ile-de-France mis en place dès le 17 octobre. © AFP / LUDOVIC MARIN The Minister of the Interior, Gerald Darmanin, announced that 12,000 police and gendarmes will be responsible for enforcing the curfew in the eight metropolises and in Ile-de-France set up from October 17.

The Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin, detailed this Thursday, October 15, the means put in place to enforce the curfew in the eight cities and Ile-de-France which will take effect from Saturday, October 17, 2020.

During the press point led by Prime Minister Jean Castex this Thursday, October 15, the Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin specified the conditions for monitoring compliance with the curfew imposed in eight metropolises in France and the Ile -from France to fight against Covid-19 . This curfew will be in effect from Saturday, October 17, at midnight, for a period of at least four weeks.

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12,000 police officers and gendarmes dedicated to compliance with the curfew

The Ministry of the Interior has announced that 12,000 police officers and gendarmes will be deployed every night from Saturday October 17, in the eight metropolises and in Ile-de -France, "specially responsible for checking the prohibitions mentioned" , he said. And therefore exclusively mobilized to carry out health checks. "The municipal police will also have the right to act on this aspect" , adds the Minister of the Interior.

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These 12,000 police officers and gendarmes will also be there to enforce the rules concerning establishments which must close their doors after 9 pm. That is, restaurants, bars, cinemas, theaters, etc. "Law enforcement agencies can intervene vigorously to ensure that these rules are respected. "

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Certificates for exceptions

To justify an outing between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m., you will need a special certificate. "You can download it from the government website and present it on your phone or on paper," specifies Gérald Darmanin. They will be available by tomorrow (Friday October 16) on the site www.gouvernement.fr “We can also continue to write on free paper, especially for the oldest people or those who have no printer available immediately ”. They will be available

An exit is authorized with a certificate in the event of a medical emergency, for imperative family reasons, to take a train or a plane (provided you have your ticket to justify your exit), but also to go out his pet near his home.

For people returning home or going to work, people on the road will also need to obtain proof of their company or a professional card: "This is the case, for example, for liberal nurses or journalists ”, quotes the Minister of the Interior.

€ 135 fine for non-observance of the curfew

For those who violate the curfew, the amount is the same as during confinement, last spring. In the event of non-compliance, the police will issue an fine of € 135. "And if there should ever be repetition, that is to say if, after three times, the police or gendarmes manage to confuse a person who cheats or does not respect these rules of prohibition, a penalty of 6 months of imprisonment is possible as well as a 3,750 € fine ”, specified Gérald Darmanin.

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