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US News Covid-19. There will be "no change in national restrictions" in France this week

17:23  20 january  2021
17:23  20 january  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

France towards a third confinement?

 France towards a third confinement? © GEOFFROY VAN DER HASSELT In Bagneux (Ile-de-France), Saturday, in front of a municipal building where residents will be tested for Covid-19. A group of doctors calls for a new “strict and early” confinement. A measure that the executive does not consider "at this stage", said its spokesperson, Gabriel Attal.

This FAQ contains information for foreign nationals wishing to enter France or already in France , who are affected by the COVID - 19 pandemic. (…) General information on restrictions and recommendations in France and action taken has been centralized on a platform at the following

countries have no travel restrictions . no changes from yesterday. More. This must contain a COVID - 19 molecular test performed by an approved centre of the departure country, carried From December 22, travelers from the UK will be subject to supplementary COVID - 19 measures in addition

Un commerçant à l’heure du couvre-feu à Rennes, samedi 16 janvier 2021. © Marc Ollivier / Ouest-France A trader at curfew time in Rennes, Saturday January 16, 2021.

Le porte- word of the government Gabriel Attal confirmed this Wednesday, January 20, at the end of a new Health Defense Council.

"We give curfew a chance" . Government spokesman Gabriel Attal confirmed, this Wednesday, in his report of the new Health Defense Council meeting in the morning, the status quo of restrictive measures at the national level to curb the epidemic of Covid- 19 .

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"The curfew is an effective protection, it is scientifically established", said Gabriel Attal. "And with regard to its progress at 6 p.m., the first trends coming from the departments which moved to 6 p.m. on January 2 tend to show a positive impact", even if "the results are too partial at this stage" , he commented. "This is the reason why there will be no change in national restrictions this week ," he pointed out.

Covid-19: China confines five million additional inhabitants

 Covid-19: China confines five million additional inhabitants © STR Health workers scan samples of Covid-19 tests during a massive screening campaign on January 12, 2021 in Shijiazhuang, China China decided on Tuesday to confine as a precaution five million inhabitants of a city bordering Beijing after a case of coronavirus, the authorities trying to quickly contain small outbreaks that appeared near the capital. The country has largely contained the Covid-19 on its soil, with zero deaths since May.

Your COVID - 19 travel questions answered. People who live in the UK but work in another country and travel between the UK and country of work at least once a week will have to fill out the passenger locator form and provide evidence of their work situation.

Due to the spread of COVID - 19 , governments around the world have issued travel restrictions . From 15 December, all residents in France are authorized to travel without restriction between different Foreign nationals need submit a medical certificate after being tested for COVID - 19 .

Covid-19: Gabriel Attal announces that there will be "no change in national restrictions" this week pic.twitter.com/MAJGh6OBSY

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On the other hand, "this week there will be territorial measures in the overseas territories", added the government spokesperson. It is the Minister for Overseas Sébastien Lecornu who must announce them "in the next few hours" .

The curfew at 18, already in force in 25 departments of the East, was extended on Saturday January 16 to the entire metropolitan territory and "for at least 15 days", had announced Prime Minister Jean Castex .

Rio-Paris crash: the general prosecutor's office calls for a lawsuit against Air France and Airbus .
© JOEL SAGET / AFP The general prosecutor's office requested a trial for "manslaughter" against Air France and Airbus, following the fatal crash of the flight Rio-Paris. 228 people died in this accident in 2009 and which ended in a disputed dismissal in 2019.

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