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Entertainment Reconfining Paris for three weeks? The town hall specifies the outlines of its "proposal"

13:34  26 february  2021
13:34  26 february  2021 Source:   leparisien.fr

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Open schools, gauge in shops to be reviewed, all the Ile-de-France concerned ... We are beginning to see more clearly on the confinement that could be established in Paris, if the recommendations of Anne Hidalgo, the mayor (PS) of the capital, are retained by the state.

Thursday evening, Emmanuel Grégoire announced, to everyone's surprise, that she intended to ask the prefecture to put the city under the bell for three weeks. The only way, according to the first deputy, to stop the spread of Covid-19. Because in his eyes, "the curfew, which looks like a de facto semi-confinement, is not enough to settle the curve" of coronavirus contaminations. “We must now take courageous decisions. "

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The chosen one had however remained very vague on the contours of the desired confinement. Emmanuel Grégoire, supporter of a relaxed version, or on the contrary of strict rules, with closed schools? "Everything is on the table," they replied at the Town Hall.

A revision of gauges in shops?

This Friday morning, alongside Anne Souyris, deputy in charge of public health, he wanted to raise some doubts during a press conference organized in haste, the night before, in the face of the excitement caused by his statements. Perhaps even within his camp… His tweet announcing a request for confinement in Paris was very quickly withdrawn.

“We have to get out of the binary approach. It's not containment or not containment. There are different degrees. That of March is not that of November, ”he stressed. The desire to leave schools open is clearly emerging, but after having discussed it with scientists, in order to refine the proposal.

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"You have to be careful. 3 weeks is the time to see the results of the measurement. I hope we don't need to project ourselves into longer confinement."

- Florent Hélaine (@flohelaine) February 26, 2021

As for businesses, without being specific, the deputy opened the door to a review of the gauges to find out what types of businesses could remain open or not.

Finally, why three weeks? “It is time that allows the results of the measurement to be observed. I hope we don't need to project ourselves into longer confinement. "

" We are not going to make the epidemic disappear in three weeks "

Certainly not enough to convince the municipal opposition. Nelly Garnier (LR), spokesperson for the Changer Paris group, led by Rachida Dati, regretted Thursday evening a lack of consultation: "It is abnormal to learn such a decision through the press". Above all, according to the elected, "experience has shown us that we are not going to make the epidemic disappear in three weeks".

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???? "I am very stunned by this announcement"

Geoffroy Boulard, mayor of the 17th arrondissement of Paris, reacts to Emmanuel Grégoire's proposal to re-define the capital for three weeks ⤵ pic.twitter.com/xHdD3i9V7n

- BFMTV (@BFMTV ) February 25, 2021

And his group to support, in a statement published in the evening: "At the same time, poverty, the distress of Parisians, cascading bankruptcies, dropping out of school and university are at a level unprecedented. "

All Republicans ran the TV shows to get the message across and criticize a decision they believe is political, intended" above all to oppose Emmanuel Macron "with a view to the upcoming presidential election.

The Parisian members of the Republic on the march also came to the aid of Jean Castex, the Prime Minister, after he declared that 20 departments, including Paris, were placed under reinforced surveillance, but without taking any new health measures.

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"I do not understand the panic movement of Emmanuel Grégoire, regretted Sylvain Maillard, LREM deputy from Paris. Containment should only be the last resort. There is a battery of possible measures before this. Like what is experienced in Nice. Or lower the gauge even further in stores. "

Insufficient measures, therefore, in the eyes of Anne Hidalgo, who must submit her proposals to the prefect next Wednesday. Or sooner, if the health situation continues to deteriorate.

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The Council of Paris voted this Wednesday a place Claude-Goasguen, former minister, deputy and mayor LR of the 16th arrondissement who died in 2020 © Jacques Witt / SIPA Claude Goasguen, Rachida Dati and Francis Szpiner, end of January 2020. MEMORY - The Paris Council voted this Wednesday a place Claude-Goasguen, former minister, deputy and LR mayor of the 16th arrondissement who died in 2020 His memory and his heritage are still very much present in the Council of Paris.

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