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The mayor wants to limit the arrival of vacationers in his town during the coronavirus pandemic. Other hill stations also denounce this influx.
The mountains win. A little too much, obviously. To fight against the arrival of vacationers duringwhile the Easter holidays begin, the mayor of Chamonix (Haute-Savoie), Eric Fournier, took Tuesday decree to prohibit rentals of short duration until the end of .
"The mayor of Chamonix stops that the rental or loan of any apartment, residence, accommodation, house, and any place generally allowing a short stay, included between one night and two weeks is prohibited from Tuesday, April 7, 2020 ", explains the text. And the city is not the only one to denounce this influx of tourists.
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"Let them stay at home, from start to finish!"
"What do we see it for?" It is the neighbors who see the chalets which are suddenly lit, who put a message saying: "But why they are there? What are they coming to do? Let them stay at home, from start to finish ! "", Said the mayor of Saint-Gervais-les-Bains (Haute-Savoie) at the microphone of.
“They would have chosen Saint-Gervais to confine themselves, no problem, they would have been welcomed with open arms. But it's not à la carte, "says Jean-Marc Peillex. For him, the episode "will leave traces": "We are a small village and people will remember that such a family did not respect, that such a family came".
In Savoy, it was the mayor of Valloire, Jean-Pierre Rougeaux, who protested in a message to his constituents ironically about "the spontaneous generation" that appeared in the station on Sunday.
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"" Our population, while travel is either prohibited or regulated by the administration, has just increased significantly. I would like to remind all these new arrivals that the rules of confinement, the barrier regulations are in force here as in the usual place of their residence, “wrote the councilor.
"Here as elsewhere we are impacted and we put into practice the recommended rules: no walk in the mountains, no hike in the snow, no bike," warned the mayor.
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