Entertainment Covid-19: in Paris, the idea of ​​a three-week reconfinement divides

11:45  26 february  2021
11:45  26 february  2021 Source:   europe1.fr

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While the Prime Minister spoke on Thursday evening of a "worrying" epidemic situation in Île-de-France , the mayor of Paris is preparing to propose to the government a three-week confinement in the capital in order to "have the prospect of reopening everything" at its end. The idea was freshly received, especially by the executive.

On the side of the executive, Anne Hidalgo's proposal was freshly received. While the Prime Minister had designated a little earlier Thursday 20 departments "under enhanced surveillance" and mentioned a "worrying" situation in Île-de-France, the first deputy mayor of Paris announced that Anne Hidalgo s 'was preparing to offer the government a three-week confinement in the capital in order to "have the prospect of reopening everything" at its end , including bars, restaurants and cultural places. But the idea is not unanimous, far from it.

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Given the surge in positive cases at select sites and in response to the Attorney General Barr's directives, the BOP began immediately reviewing all inmates who have COVID - 19 risk factors, as described by the CDC, to determine which inmates are suitable for home confinement . Since the release of the Attorney General's original memo to the Bureau of Prisons on March 26, 2020 instructing us to prioritize home confinement as an appropriate response to the COVID - 19 pandemic, the BOP has significantly increased its placement of offenders on home confinement .

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Jean Castex on Thursday asked local elected officials from regions at risk to think about new measures to fight Covid-19. But the Prime Minister has just announced consultations, we believe in Matignon that this proposal comes too soon. "Discussions have not even started," annoys an adviser at the Elysee. Within the executive, it is also recalled that Paris is also a department and that such a decision should be taken at the prefecture, not at the Town Hall.

The town hall wants to "prepare the rest"

The town hall defends its idea. "During these three weeks of confinement, we are organizing the rest of the events to get off to a good start and this time have real preparation, real planning. We can prepare, do with people, make schools that work, do in order to have a functional cultural life. This virus will remain until the end of a real period of vaccination for all ", explains Anne Souyris, deputy in charge of public health, at the microphone of Europe 1.

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The scale and severity of the COVID - 19 pandemic clearly rises to the level of a public health threat that could justify restrictions on certain rights, such as those that result from the imposition of quarantine or isolation limiting freedom of movement. At the same time, careful attention to human rights such as non-discrimination and COVID - 19 , like other infectious diseases, poses a higher risk to populations that live in close proximity to each other. And it disproportionately affects older people and individuals with underlying illnesses such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, and hypertension.

Democrats Commemorate Lives Lost to Covid - 19 . The signs of a new wave of infection emerged over the summer as people began resuming much of their pre-coronavirus lives, traveling across France and socializing in cafes, restaurants and parks. Many, especially the young, have visibly relaxed their vigilance. In recent days, France has recorded about 3 ,000 new infections every day, roughly double the figure at the beginning of the month, and the authorities are investigating an increasing number of clusters.

Whatever the case, the government would like not to make Paris and Ile-de-France a special case. "There is no epidemic difference with the other red departments," said the health ministry. "The circulation of the virus, in particular the English variant, is active as elsewhere," said Olivier Veran's entourage. The fact remains that Paris has a symbolic, economic and geographical charge apart. In private, Jean Castex acknowledges: "Confining Paris would give rise to reflections on travel, transport."

The businesses are opposed to the idea

Not to mention the many businesses, which firmly reject the idea of ​​their mayor. Francis Palombi, president of the Confederation of French traders, says he is "scared". "It's nonsense, there is already a curfew, many measures have been put in place. That there are certain additional measures, I can admit, but total confinement in Paris, we cannot not tolerate. It will hurt, even worse, businesses in Paris. "

The pressure is therefore mounting for the inhabitants of the capital and its region. If the contaminations flare up in the coming days, confinement on weekends, as in Nice or Dunkirk, is no longer excluded.

Macron facing the elected officials of Yvelines: "He told us that the Covid was going to hit hard and hard until mid-April" .
© AFP / Sécurité Civile Health transfer of a Covid patient from Paris to Nantes, on March 14. In Ile-de-France, hospital capacities are at saturation point. Ile-de-France, a region apart? This is in any case the argument repeated by the elected officials of Yvelines who participated in the videoconference this Wednesday evening with Emmanuel Macron.

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