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US News Coronavirus: Jean-Luc Moudenc calls on Toulouse residents to be "very cautious"

10:30  09 october  2020
10:30  09 october  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

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"We can see a reprieve. What will the situation be in a few days? The government tells us that it wants to assess it next Monday, so the behavior of the days to come will be decisive for the future", assures Jean- Luc Moudenc, who sees in this time the index of a stabilization of the pandemic and its expansion in Toulouse. Prime Minister Jean Castex goes to the city on Friday for a trip focused on security. Nevertheless, the councilor intends to remind him of his positions last week on the prevention of the virus: targeting young people.

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"Today it is she who, unfortunately, is the most affected by the epidemic. She is both more victim and also propagator, unwittingly, ”analyzes Jean-Luc Moudenc. "So we must target the amphitheatres. In Toulouse, we are the second university city in France after Paris. There are 115,000 students," recalls the elected. "Can you imagine the regroupings that this can generate? Universities have started to take measures, to increase the number of distance learning courses. I believe that all of this is going in the right direction."

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"After what to say and repeat, because it is the truth, it is that the place where the virus is spread the most, it is the private sphere and therefore it refers to the responsibility of each one ", continues the mayor of Toulouse.

A delicate economic situation

Another consequence of the health crisis is the growing economic crisis in the country. Toulouse is strongly affected, because of the difficulties of the aviation giant Airbus . "We suffer, and we suffer more than the others", assures Jean-Luc Moudenc. “ Airbus is currently going through a period of important social dialogue between management and the unions. But you know, behind Airbus, there is a whole chain and there are equipment manufacturers and subcontractors, SMEs, sometimes very small family businesses, which are fragile, which are in technological niches. And I very much fear the domino effect. "

"I am very afraid that it is on this fabric of SMEs in the entire aeronautics sector that the crisis and job cuts will have repercussions," continues the mayor. Thursday, Bruno le Maire, Minister of the Economy, announced an expansion of the Solidarity Fund to help entrepreneurs face the crisis. Last June, he also announced a 15 billion euro plan to support the airline industry.

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"Will that be enough? I'm not sure", worries the Toulouse city councilor. "And above all, among the smallest, it is undoubtedly more difficult to spot the difficulties among the smallest than with the big house that is Airbus. The worst is happening, unfortunately, when we look at the news . "

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