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Entertainment Curfew: in Paris, Anne Hidalgo wants exemptions for shows

01:30  16 october  2020
01:30  16 october  2020 Source:   lexpress.fr

Paris names park after Black woman who resisted slavery

  Paris names park after Black woman who resisted slavery PARIS (AP) — The city of Paris inaugurated a public garden Saturday honoring a woman who fought for the liberation of slaves on the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe. Mayor Anne Hidalgo also announced plans to erect a statue to the woman, Solitude, at the site in northeastern Paris. It will be the city’s first statue honoring a Black woman. Amid global protests against monuments to white men linked to colonialism or the slave trade, French leaders have pushed instead to erect new monuments to more diverse, lesser-known historical figures. (AP Photo/Lewis Joly) Mayor Anne Hidalgo also announced plans to erect a statue to the woman, Solitude, at the site in northeastern Paris.

French President Emmanuel Macron announced on Wednesday that locals in Paris and eight other cities will have to stick to a curfew from 9:00 p.m French President Emmanuel Macron tells the nation of the new measures he hopes will curb the spread of the coronavirus. In addition to Paris and the

Anne Hidalgo . Maire de # Paris I Mayor of Paris www. paris .fr. Show More Posts from annehidalgo.

The mayor of Paris suggests that show tickets serve as a certificate for travel after shows, many of which end after 9 p.m.

Le couvre-feu est © afp.com/Ludovic Marin The curfew is

The socialist mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, wants to initiate discussions with the Minister of Culture, Roselyne Bachelot, to allow "live shows" to be held and public to circulate in spite of of the curfew announced Wednesday evening . "I will discuss with Roselyne Bachelot to see how we can on the performing arts, in particular, find solutions which allow artists to continue to exercise their vocation and ensure their performances", announced the mayor of Paris on Thursday morning.

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French President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday ordered a nighttime curfew for Paris and eight other French cities to contain the spread of Covid-19 after daily new infection rates reached record level… In addition to Paris and its region, Grenoble, Lille, Lyon, Marseille, Montpellier, Rouen

Other exemptions for the curfew include Central Florida workers like medical personnel, government personnel, first responders, security The new curfew will have residents staying inside between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. until further notice, the mayor said. CURFEW : In @OrangeCoFL by executive order

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During the press conference held with several of his ministers this afternoon, Jean Castex did not however provide an answer on this point.

A ticket for an exemption

The mayor of Paris suggests that show tickets serve as a certificate for travel after shows, many of which end after 9 p.m. Like tickets. The curfew is "a measure which is extremely harsh. Paris, like other large cities, is suffering a lot," worried Anne Hidalgo during a trip to Covid-19 screening centers.

"Containment and the epidemic have already destroyed a lot of jobs," she recalled, stressing the particularly worrying situation of intermittent entertainment workers, independents with no other resource than their income.

In the aftermath of the announcements by the Head of State, Anne Hidalgo however assured that she would accompany "government decisions because we must not add crisis to crisis, and chaos". However, "I hope that these measures will be effective in curbing the epidemic. And I hope that we will be able, on transparent figures, to verify that this was indeed what had to be done," she said. warned.

"There have been overflows", Hidalgo evokes new restrictions in Paris and in the inner suburbs .
Anne Hidalgo has announced the closure of "certain drinking establishments", grocery stores and take-out restaurants from 10pm, in Paris and the small crowned. © NICOLAS MESSYASZ / SIPA The mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, announced Thursday morning the closure of "certain drinking establishments", grocery stores and take-out restaurants from 10pm, where "crowds" were observed in the streets of the capital city.

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