US News Macron announces a national reconfinement from Friday, until December 1

00:40  29 october  2020
00:40  29 october  2020 Source:   nouvelobs.com

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French President Macron has announced a new nationwide lockdown today, to come into force on Friday . French President Macron has announced a new nationwide lockdown today, stating that 'France could never standby and see hundreds Restrictions from friday to december 1 .

The lockdown is initially planned to last until December 1 , according to the president.Workers whose jobs can't be done remotely will still be allowed to go to work “The virus is circulating at a speed that not even the most pessimistic forecasts had anticipated,” Macron said, explaining the harsh measures.

  Macron annonce un reconfinement national à partir de vendredi, jusqu’au 1er décembre © Copyright 2020, L'Obs

The Head of State has decided to seal the population again in the face of the uncontrolled surge of the second wave of Covid -19. The schools will remain open.

The President of the Republic has ruled: the French population will live again under the confinement regime from Friday, announced Emmanuel Macron this Wednesday, October 28 in a televised address. "Like all of our neighbors, we are overwhelmed by the sudden acceleration of the epidemic," he said. “My responsibility is to protect all French people. "

" I decided that we had to find, from Friday, the containment that stopped the virus. The whole national territory is concerned, with adjustments only for the overseas departments. "

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France is bracing for a potential new lockdown as President Emmanuel Macron gives a televised address Wednesday aimed at stopping a fast-rising tide of French President Emmanuel Macron will announce new restrictions to stem a galloping tide of coronavirus infections in a televised address

The French president has announced a month-long extension to a country-wide lockdown which began on March 17. French President Emmanuel Macron is seen on multiple monitors in Paris, as he speaks from the Elysee Palace during a televised address to the nation on April 13, 2020.

" We could, some advocate, assume to do nothing and let the virus spread. [...] In the very short term, this means sorting out patients in the hospital and in a few months, it will be at least 400,000 additional deaths to be deplored, "explains Emmanuel Macron.

Here are the main announcements of the Head of State:

The new confinement will come into force “overnight from Thursday to Friday”, “at least until December 1”. An certificate of exceptional travel will be of new establishment. schools and colleges will remain open. Higher education, on the other hand, will have to be content with online courses. work can continue, with widespread recourse to telework "wherever possible". "The economy must not stop or collapse," emphasizes Emmanuel Macron. “You can go out to work”. A “special plan” of support is planned for the self-employed, traders, micro-businesses and SMEs. bars and restaurants will be closed. nursing homes and retirement homes can be visited, “with strict health compliance”. cemeteries “will remain open”. borders will remain open but mandatory rapid tests will be deployed “for all arrivals” on the territory.

Every two weeks , "We will take stock of the progress of the epidemic. We will decide, if necessary, on additional measures and we will then assess whether we can alleviate certain constraints. "

" Stay at home as much as possible, respect the rules, implored the President of the Republic. "We must hold on, each in our place".

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Coronavirus. Reconfinement, a measure that is spreading in Europe .
© Tiziana FABI / AFP A large part of European countries have opted for the reconfinement of their population in the face of the progression of the new coronavirus. Faced with the rebound of the novel coronavirus epidemic in Europe, like France, the majority of countries are taking drastic measures to try to control the contamination.

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