Entertainment Valérie Pécresse expects prefects to "justify" the new restriction measures
Valérie Benaïm surprises her fans on Instagram
Sunday January 31, on Instagram, Valérie Benaïm made a big announcement ... Find out which one! © Abaca Valérie Benaïm surprises her fans on Instagram If she stayed away from the screens for a while, in 2020, it is because Valérie Bénaïm wanted to take a rest due to mental and physical fatigue. Very upset by the anti-Semitic insults and death threats she was the target of after the Freeze Corleone affair, the columnist also suffered martyrdom because of her blocked back.
During the RTL-Le Figaro-LCI Grand Jury this Sunday, the president of the Ile-de-France region returned to the additional restrictive measures that weigh above the heads of Ile-de-France residents.
The president of the Ile-de-France region Valérie Pécresse is waiting for the prefects of the region to "justify" the additional restrictive measures to stop the progression of Covid-19, she explained Sunday at the RTL-Le Figaro-LCI Grand Jury. "I hope that everything will be done to avoid this reconfinement of the Ile-de-France, but I know that new measures will have to be taken", declared the president (Libres!) Of the region. If she "approves the government's strategy, which is doing everything to avoid it", she will still "ask the prefects to justify the additional restrictive measures".
No, there is not "an upsurge in gang phenomena" in Paris
© Sipa "In Paris, there is an upsurge in gang phenomena", Valérie Pécresse said last week on Europe 1. It's wrong. The violent assault on Yuriy, 15, by a dozen people in mid-January, in the 15th arrondissement, aroused great emotion. But this outburst of violence is not the reflection of an upsurge in gang phenomena in Paris, as Valérie Pécresse, president of the Île-de-France region asserts.
"If the government asks me and justifies me for harsh restrictive measures, I will not oppose them," insisted Ms. Pécresse. "What seems unthinkable to me is that we can confine Paris without confining the region," she reacted after the suggestion made Thursday by Emmanuel Grégoire, first deputy of the PS mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo, to confine the capital for three weeks in order to be able to reopen everything afterwards."Return to the maximum of telework"
To halt the progression of the epidemic, the president of the region calls for "return to the maximum of telework", down according to her to a rate of 50% among the trades which can use it. "Companies must redo an effort," she asks. Mrs. Pécresse also asks the government to "change the criteria for vaccinations" in order to adapt it "according to the hospitalized population". We must "target vaccines where the pandemic is raging", she said, joining the president (PS) of the department of Seine-Saint Denis Stéphane Troussel who called Thursday for "additional doses" to accelerate vaccination in this area heavily affected by Covid-19.
The installation of the ZAD on the Gonesse triangle is already dividing
© LP / Christophe Lefevre Activists have been occupying the Gonesse triangle site since Sunday morning. They demand a sanctuary of agricultural land. They have already spent several nights there. Since this Sunday, activists opposed to the urbanization of agricultural land have settled in the Triangle de Gonesse (Val-d'Oise).
"I have 3 requests from the government: that we return to the maximum of, that we increase the according to the hospitalized population, that we go and test the students massively in the schools. "
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Mme Pécresse, who "wants schools to remain open", also asks to "massively test students in schools" with antigen tests .
This strategy should allow according to her to "territorialize the responses" to the health crisis, as in Chambourcy (Yvelines) where primary schools and college will not reopen Monday after the detection of 13 cases of the South African variant.
The 8 Ile-de-France departments are all under "enhanced surveillance", likely to be subject to local containment measures from the weekend of March 6 if the situation continues to deteriorate, after "consultations with elected officials", Prime Minister Jean Castex said Thursday.
Reduced gauge, closed canteens, vaccination ... What solutions against CVIV-19 at school? .
© Copyright 2020, Obs The closure of the schools is still discarded for the moment by the government. Proposals for alternatives flock. Olivier Véran repeated it Thursday: Close the school "is a last resort solution". The situation is aggravated yet: school contaminations increased by 40% in one week , from more than 15,000 to more than 21,000, according to the Ministry of National Education this Friday, March 26th.