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Ireland Coronavirus in Marseille: The closure of bars and restaurants is a "collective punishment" for local elected officials

03:10  24 september  2020
03:10  24 september  2020 Source:   20minutes.fr

The ship of an NGO with a hundred migrants on board is heading for Marseille

 The ship of an NGO with a hundred migrants on board is heading for Marseille © Copyright 2020, L'Obs The boat "Alan Kurdi" of the German NGO Sea-Eye, which saved 133 migrants at sea Saturday, September 19, is heading to the port of Marseille after seeing his attempts to reach the Italian coasts fail, announced the NGO on Wednesday, September 23. "The inaction of the Italian and German authorities is forcing us to take this step," NGO leader Gorden Isler said in a statement. Der #AlanKurdi Kapitän wiederholt die Anfrage nach einem sicheren Hafen immer und immer wieder.

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Some states are ordering the closure of bars and restaurants and hospitality giants Disney and MGM are shuttering their resorts as coronavirus continues to Gavin Newsom said Sunday that bars , nightclubs, wineries and brewpubs will be closed . Restaurant capacities must also be reduced by half.

The announcement made on Wednesday by the Minister of Health provoked reactions of anger locally

Un restaurant à Marseille © Daniel Cole / AP / SIPA A restaurant in Marseille RESTRICTIONS - The announcement made on Wednesday by the Minister of Health sparked anger reactions locally

The announcement had the effect of a bomb, Wednesday evening, and angered many from Marseillais. During his weekly address , Olivier Véran informed that the metropolis of Aix-Marseille , like the Guadeloupe , was now placed in a state of "maximum alert" because of its related epidemiological situation. to coronavirus . The incidence rate exceeding the threshold of 250 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.

Faced with the Covid threat, the government is pulling out heavy artillery

 Faced with the Covid threat, the government is pulling out heavy artillery © ELIOT BLONDET The Minister of Health, Olivier Véran, Wednesday. The restrictions to contain the epidemic affect more than ten metropolises. On maximum alert, Aix-Marseille and Guadeloupe are particularly targeted by the turn of the screw announced Wednesday evening by Olivier Véran. Restrictions, the big comeback.

Pubs, cafes and restaurants in Wales will have to close at 10pm, the Welsh first minister, Mark In the weeks and months ahead of us, there is a very real possibility we could see coronavirus regain Never in our history has our collective destiny and our collective health depended so completely on

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Consequently, the Minister of Health announced the total closure of bars and restaurants in the metropolis from Saturday and for at least two weeks.

The mayor of Marseille angry

This decision provoked strong reactions locally. "I learn with astonishment and anger a decision for which the City of Marseille was not consulted," denounced the mayor of Marseille, Michèle Rubirola, on Twitter. “Nothing in the health situation justifies this announcement. I do not accept that the Marseillais are victims of political decisions that no one can understand. Olivier Véran replied in the evening, indicating that he had spoken to his first deputy.

The decisions announced this evening, of which I measure the impact for the people of Marseille, aim precisely to protect them while all the health indicators are very degraded. What I discussed this afternoon with your 1st deputy and the president @RenaudMuselier https://t.co/56Y7RiZELN

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Health officials are set to announced new Covid measures for Paris including curbs on gatherings and alcohol sales, but they appear to be more relaxed than those in the UK. That is despite France having more than double the UK's daily coronavirus cases, based on a seven-day rolling average.

'Separately that 's a policy we've adopted in the local lockdown areas. There are very significant parts of Boris Johnson today defended his latest coronavirus restrictions as he said NHS Test and Trace data 'We know that in bars and restaurants , particularly after people have had a few drinks, as

- Olivier Véran (@olivierveran) September 23, 2020

Same story on the side of the LR president of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region, Renaud Muselier, who denounced a “quasi-reconfinement”. "This collective punishment is extremely harsh for the economy of our territories," he wrote in a statement.

In anger, Bernard Marty, president of the Union of Trades and Hospitality Industries of Bouches-du-Rhône, immediately convened an extraordinary council in the evening. “Nobody warned us! I really no longer have any confidence in this government, he reacted hotly. Do they realize that behind the restaurateurs, there are also breeders, suppliers ... it is a whole industry that they are killing! The only thing I can tell you is that we are not going to die without a fight!

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Coronavirus in Lille: The metropolis of Lille gets ten days of reprieve to avoid the closure of bars and restaurants .
Martine Aubry, the mayor of Lille, was received this Thursday morning in Matignon by Jean Castex, the prime minister © Sarah ALCALAY / SIPA Martine Aubry, the mayor of Lille SOCIETE - Martine Aubry, the mayor of Lille, was received this Thursday morning in Matignon by Jean Castex, the prime minister Ten days to change the situation. This is what the metropolis of Lille asked for and obtained from the Prime Minister.

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