Ireland Coronavirus in Lille: The metropolis of Lille gets ten days of reprieve to avoid the closure of bars and restaurants
VIDEO. Coronavirus in Marseille: Battle of numbers, saturated hospitals ... Where is the epidemic really?
Elected Marseillais and Minister of Health engage in a bitter battle of figures which sows doubt on the reality of the coronavirus epidemic in Marseille © Jean-Francois Badias / AP / SIPA Marseillais wait for a screening of the coronavirus HEALTH - Marseille elected officials and Minister of Health engage in a bitter battle of figures which sows doubt on the reality of the coronavirus epidemic in Marseille "I ask the government ten days before the implementation of new measures .
Martine Aubry, the mayor of Lille, was received this Thursday morning in Matignon by Jean Castex, the prime ministerSOCIETE - 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.by Jean Castex, , mayor of Lille, and Damien Castelain, president of , made a progress report before possibly going into maximum vigilance in ten days.
Covid-19. In Marseille, several hundred demonstrators protest against health measures
© ERIC GAILLARD / REUTERS People wearing masks in the Old Port in Marseille, September 17, 2020 (photo illustration). The pill definitely does not pass in Marseille. This Friday, several hundred people took to the streets to protest against the closure of bars and restaurants.
"We asked the Prime Minister, who accepted it, to give us another ten days to see if the measures taken by the government,Closure of bars and restaurants if the situation does not improve in ten days , reduce the incidence rate in the metropolis. If this were not the case, we would have to discuss additional measures with the Prime Minister again "admitted Martine Aubry this Thursday at the exit of Matignon.
Placed in enhanced vigilance since September 24, the Lille metropolitan area has high incidence rates which could cause it to go into maximum vigilance, like the metropolitan area Aix-Marseille and Guadeloupe, by October 10. If the situation does not change, bars and restaurants will close their doors.
Valérie Pécresse is "very worried about the hotel and catering industry in Île-de-France"
© Europe 1 Valérie Pécresse, LR president of the Île-de-France region, warned about the consequences of the new health measures on the bars and restaurants area. "Almost a third of bars and restaurants can go bankrupt in Île-de-France," she warned. Valérie Pécresse says she is "very worried about the entire economy of the hotel and restaurant industry in Île-de-France". The LR president of the Region reacted on Europe 1 to the entry into force, Monday evening, of the closure of bars at 10 p.m.
“I am extremely worried about the situation, particularly in nursing homes. We will do everything with the president of the metropolis to continue to communicate and tell people that this is becoming very serious. Let's respect the rules to avoid the closure of bars and restaurants, ”insisted the mayor of Lille. The countdown has started in the Lille metropolis.
Marseille. Restaurants authorized to reopen are relieved .
© AFP / NICOLAS TUCAT In Marseille, restaurants are authorized to reopen. If they comply with a reinforced health protocol, restaurants in the Marseille-Aix area are allowed to reopen. The measures are the same as those decided on Monday for establishments in Paris and its inner suburbs. Marseille bosses express their relief. At Marseille and Aix-en-Provence , restaurants that were closed for a week can reopen their doors.