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US News Covid-19. Anne Hidalgo opposed to a reconfinement of Paris on the weekend

21:20  01 march  2021
21:20  01 march  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Anne Hidalgo, la maire de Paris, ici le 19 février. © Jean-Christophe Verhaegen / AFP Anne Hidalgo, the mayor of Paris, here on February 19.

The socialist mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo expressed, on Monday March 1, her opposition to the hypothesis of confinement of the capital at the weekend. A decision that would be "inhuman" according to her.

At the end of last week, the city hall of Paris hypothesized to reconfine the capital for three weeks. An idea that did not find a positive echo with the government while Paris and Ile-de-France are among the sectors under tension in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.

The State favors rather the solution applied in Dunkirk and Nice, that of a weekday curfew accompanied by confinement at weekends. This Monday, March 1, during a press conference, the mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo , said all the harm she thought of such a measure: "A difficult, harsh, even inhuman proposal. »

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Strengthen screening

She recalled that the first challenge remained to reduce the pressure on the hospital while the incidence rate in Paris is established to 326 new cases per week per 100,000 inhabitants. More than 72% of intensive care beds are occupied by Covid patients, noted the mayor of Paris.

In order to reduce the pressure, Anne Hidalgo asked to strengthen the Covisan system, which makes it possible to detect and support infected people.

Covid-19: Anne Hidalgo calls for the strengthening of the Covisan system, which makes it possible to detect and support infected people.

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Confinement in Paris: the town hall corrects the situation after the criticisms

 Confinement in Paris: the town hall corrects the situation after the criticisms © Patrick Kovarik Deputy mayor of Paris Emmanuel Grégoire now speaks of a "hypothesis" concerning a possible new confinement in the capital. Paris is well worth a hitch. The "proposal" of confinement in Paris for three weeks, formulated Thursday evening by the first deputy, Emmanuel Grégoire, was quick to react. “I am a little stunned and surprised by this announcement. All that is ridiculous ”, released on BFM TV the mayor of the XVIIth arrondissement, Geoffroy Boulard, Thursday evening.

Parks and gardens open for longer

The mayor of Paris has also proposed for teachers to give lessons with open windows while taking advantage of the return of sunny days, or even to teach outdoors when possible. We will make public squares and gardens available.

Anne Hidalgo has indicated her intention to open additional places for students to study in peace, in addition to the libraries already open. I propose to open spaces in museums, theaters, houses of community and civic life and also gymnasiums.

It should also be noted that from Monday March 1, the parks and gardens will remain open until 6 p.m., to allow Parisians to take advantage of the airy spaces. They closed until 5:45 p.m. due to the curfew.

More than 4,000 police and gendarmes deployed in Ile-de-France this weekend .
© Copyright 2021, L'Obs In Ile-de-France, the police headquarters announced this Friday March 5 to mobilize “4,400 workforce over the whole weekend ”. Deployed this Friday evening, they will have to ensure compliance with barrier gestures in high-traffic areas, compliance with the 6 p.m. curfew and the customer level in stores. Is Anne Hidalgo's idea of ​​a zero Covid strategy without containment serious? And the prefecture has already warned.

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