Travel "We make the most of it!" : no, the holidays are not over for everyone

10:25  24 august  2020
10:25  24 august  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

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Si de nombreux Français reprennent le travail cette semaine, d'autres profitent de la fin du mois d'août pour partir en vacances. Europe 1 est allée à la rencontre de ces touristes de la dernière heure près de Marseille, au parc national des Calanques, qui n'ont qu'un seul objectif : repousser au maximum leur rentrée. © AFP If many French people are going back to work this week, others are taking advantage of the end of August to go on vacation. Europe 1 went to meet these last-minute tourists near Marseille, at the Calanques national park, who have only one goal: to delay their return to school as much as possible.

For many French people, this Monday August 24 is synonymous with the return to school and the resumption of the office path. A more than special return to school due to the still active circulation of the coronavirus in many regions. But some have just taken advantage of this slack period to go on holiday off the beaten path, far from the crowds. For example, in the Calanques, near Marseille in the Bouches-du-Rhône, many tourists are still taking it easy.

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Teleworking to extend the summer (a little)

"It feels good, the water is very cool", explains at the microphone of Europe 1 Ugo, a young Parisian student who has just jumped into the water of National Park. "We don't have that in Paris, so we make the most of it," he slips. For him, the start of the school year on its campus and the alternation between lectures and tutorials are still far away.

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Same story for Pascal and Daniel, two Lyonnais who have come down to enjoy the sun in Marseille. Sneakers in hand, they look for the ideal spot between the sharp rocks. "We have the impression of no longer being in Marseille and finding ourselves in an idyllic place. We are quite satisfied to have left at the end of August," they explain. They too are in no hurry to return to their offices: to extend their summer by a few days, they have decided to telecommute from the south.

The Most Common Ways COVID-19 Will Spread During The Holidays .
The COVID-19 pandemic is now at its worst point in the U.S., with daily new coronavirus cases exceeding 150,000, a figure that’s double the — already very high — number of daily cases over the summer. Because the events associated with major holidays are stacked at the end of the year, there is a high chance that the pandemic will get worse before it gets better, especially if we don’t follow mitigation measures during the festive season. Cameron Wolfe, an infectious disease physician at Duke University School of Medicine, said the holidays will increase the spread of COVID-19.

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