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US News Valérie Pécresse is "very worried about the hotel and catering industry in Île-de-France"

23:10  28 september  2020
23:10  28 september  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

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Valérie Pécresse, la présidente LR de la région Île-de-France, a alerté sur les conséquences des nouvelles mesures sanitaires sur le secteur des bars et des restaurants. © 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. in Paris and in the inner suburbs, decided last week by the government. "I deplored this decision taken without at any time the Region being associated or consulted," she regretted Monday evening. "Almost a third of bars and restaurants can go bankrupt in Île-de-France. Behind the health crisis there are human tragedies," added the former minister of Nicolas Sarkozy.

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She asks for measures for bars

Valérie Pécresse also called on the government to adopt several measures to compensate for the early closure of bars, decided to eleven metropolises including Paris. "I asked for a review clause in a week and that the threshold be lowered to be entitled to the solidarity fund. Today, bars must prove that they have lost 80% of turnover, which is too much, ”judged the president of the Île-de-France region.

"The third measure is on intermittents. There is nothing planned for the hundreds of thousands of intermittents, servers in particular. I ask for them that the confinement period and that period be neutralized. of their unemployment rights, otherwise they will come to the end of their rights. "

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"Île-de-France suffers a double penalty"

Valérie Pécresse also pointed out the economic consequences of the coronavirus crisis on her region. "Île-de-France is suffering a double penalty, there was both confinement and then these measures today. We must also realize that the summer was catastrophic, it is the region that had a disastrous tourist season. The French were confined for three months so they left to air out during the holidays and the tourists did not come ", she lamented.

"The problem is that we went from a carefree return to very coercive measures, practically without transition. The French lived it very violently. We must now live with the virus, that is to say. say reconcile economic activity with the health crisis. This is the great challenge ahead, we must ensure that there are no human tragedies linked to the economic and social crisis. "

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