US News Bookstores, museums, libraries… What Anne Hidalgo asks for the new containment

19:30  29 october  2020
19:30  29 october  2020 Source:   leparisien.fr

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Hôtel de Ville de Paris (IVe), ce jeudi matin. La maire de Paris Anne Hidalgo a livré ses premières réactions à l’annonce du nouveau confinement qui doit entrer en vigueur ce vendredi. © LP / J.D. Paris City Hall (4th arrondissement), this Thursday morning. Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo gave her first reactions to the announcement of the new lockdown, which is due to come into force on Friday.

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After having assembled a crisis unit at the Town Hall, the mayor (PS) of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, delivered this Thursday morning, during a speech to the press, her first reactions to the announcement of new confinement, which will start for at least a month on Friday in order to stem the Covid-19 epidemic.

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"I understand the frustration, the weariness, the anger to find ourselves again in the situation of March" continued Anne Hidalgo. But "to date, given the circulation of the virus, there is no other solution to protect the population and our health system", she admitted, recalling that Paris had the highest rate. incidence in Ile-de-France, with more than 500 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, and that 73% of intensive care beds are currently occupied by Covid patients in the region.

However, Anne Hidalgo did not spare the government, repeatedly criticizing its strategy. "It would undoubtedly have been possible to do differently, better structure for example the test strategy at the end of the previous confinement or at the start of the school year, at the end of August or beginning of September as we had proposed, to better anticipate and avoid this second wave" , she estimated.

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A request to keep bookstores open

The mayor of Paris announced that he had sent Prime Minister Jean Castex on Wednesday “proposals to limit the impact of the situation on our city. I hope they will be heard. We must not sacrifice education, culture, or local shops ”.

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Hôtel de Ville de Paris (IVe), this Thursday, October 29, 2020. The mayor of Paris held a conference of press to react to react to the announcement of new confinement. AFP / Nicolas Messyasz

Anne Hidalgo thus wishes that the Parisian bookstores remain open and that the outings in the museums or the libraries are "legitimate reasons of exit, attestations in support". That extracurricular activities be maintained "in accordance with health protocols", and that physical and sports activities remain possible. Hôtel de Ville de Paris (IVe), ce jeudi 29 octobre 2020. La maire de Paris a tenu une conférence de presse pour réagir pour réagir à l’annonce d’un nouveau confinement. AFP/Nicolas Messyasz With regard to shops, bars and restaurants, the councilor asks the public authorities "to do everything to prevent our economy from collapsing". For its part, it is committed to “the continuity of Parisian public services”. She invites Parisians to get involved with associations The mayor of Paris also had a word for the inhabitants of the capital, insisting on "the enormous efforts" they have made in recent months. “The Parisians were great,” she said. Anne Hidalgo has asked those who can to get involved with the Parisian associations in charge of solidarity, which she must meet on Friday morning to take stock of their needs. The mayor of Paris has finally promised to work now with his teams to get out of confinement, again pointing to a form of unpreparedness of the State. "I will not let what happened between mid-May and mid-September happen again: the circulation of the virus without control, an embolized screening system, a public health response that was not carried out. height. "

She announced the presentation" very soon "of a strategic plan which will be based in particular on the borough mayors that she is to meet this Friday. "We will do everything to ensure that 2021 is not the year of a new uncontrolled wave of this virus," Anne Hidalgo pledged.

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