Health & Fitness Reconfinement. In Nantes, the public takes advantage of the last hours to make purchases
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The people of Nantes rushed, Thursday, October 29, to the streets and shops to walk around and make their last purchases, before the reconfinement. It starts at midnight, for at least four weeks.
had the effect of precipitating a large number of residents in the streets and shops of , this Thursday. First to enjoy the last moments of freedom before being limited in their outings.
Also, many people wanted to make some purchases, especially in bookstores, or go to the hairdresser before the closure of these so-called “non-essential” businesses. Indeed, they will not be able to remain open because of thefrom midnight tonight.
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A hairdressing salon has even planned to close at 11 p.m., the last limit to enter quietly before midnight, the time of confinement.
The florists are also on the bridge during this period of All Saints. Unlike other businesses, they can open their stores until Sunday evening, November 1.
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