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Offbeat LIVE - Coronavirus: part of Europe, including France, reopens its

08:50  28 november  2020
08:50  28 november  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

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The coronavirus is spreading across the European Union, affecting our lives in many ways. Re - open EU also provides information on the various restrictions in place, including on quarantine and testing requirements for travelers and mobile coronavirus contact tracing and warning apps.

Measures to curb the spread of coronavirus will be kept in place in Paris when the lockdown is eased in other parts of France , its PM says. Restrictions will remain in the capital and north-eastern regions. It comes as France prepares to relax its lockdown on Monday, with shops and some schools

Une partie de l'Europe, dont la France, va retrouver ses magasins ce week-end, rassurée par le reflux du coronavirus. La France, qui rouvre ses commerces samedi, voit le nombre d'hospitalisations liées au Covid-19, y compris en réanimation, toujours en baisse. stores © Ali AL-DAHER / AFP Part of Europe, including France, will return to its stores this weekend, reassured by the reflux of the coronavirus. France, which reopens its businesses on Saturday, sees the number of hospitalizations linked to Covid-19, including in intensive care, still decreasing.

Part of Europe, including France, will find its stores this weekend, reassured by the ebb of the coronavirus. In France, the first stage of gradual deconfinement takes place this Saturday with the reopening of all shops. The latest Covid-19 figures continue to show a drop in hospitalizations, including in intensive care. Follow the evolution of the situation live.

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France begins Saturday the first stage of gradual deconfinement Hospital pressure continues to decline, while the virus has killed 51,914 people in the country Europe is slowly deconfining

New confinement rules

French Prime Minister Jean Castex detailed Thursday the containment relief measures, which will be lifted on December 15 to be replaced by a national curfew, from 9 p.m. to 7 a.m. All the shops will reopen on Saturday, according to a strict protocol which obliges certain brands to find technical solutions, in particular to count the number of customers present in the store. Travel will be permitted within a radius of 20km for three hours. Here is what changes and what does not change from this Saturday .

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Restaurants reopen in parts of Germany, while Italy relaxes travel restrictions. Vienna and Berlin offer a possible route map for other European countries, including France , which is considering reopening its restaurants on 2 On Friday, Slovenia proclaimed an end to its coronavirus epidemic.

Coronavirus Live Updates. France Eases Some Pandemic Restrictions And Will Reopen The further easing is part of a gradual relaxation of restrictions in France that began with the May 11 end of a All four countries, including France , have seen significant declines in infections in recent weeks.

A return to normal, with restaurants reopening, is planned for January 20, but on the express condition that "the end of the year holiday period does not (have) resulted in a rebound in the epidemic" , warned the Prime Minister, recalling that until then, "teleworking will remain the rule and should be as massive as possible".

Hospital pressure still falling

Health data on Covid-19 has stopped deteriorating, with a further decline in admissions to intensive care units, but the epidemic has still killed 393 people in hospital in recent years 24 hours, according to figures from Public Health France published on Friday.

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Poland reopened its borders with Germany, Czech Republic and Slovakia on Saturday, while the frontier with Lithuania had already been opened on Friday. René Wilke and Mariusz Olejniczak were later seen breaking the existing coronavirus regulations by shaking hands. "I am just realizing that

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mask With these new deaths in hospital, the number of deaths linked to the coronavirus has risen to 51,914 since the start of the epidemic in France, in hospitals and nursing homes. 28,648 people carrying the virus were still hospitalized Thursday, against 29,282 the day before, and after a peak to more than 33,000 in mid-November. The intensive care units had 3,883 patients (against 4,006 the day before), including 206 new admissions in 24 hours.

Relaxation of measures in Europe, but not everywhere

The situation seems to be improving in Europe to the point of prompting the authorities to relax the pressure. In Poland, shopping centers reopen on Saturday. Irish and Belgians will have to wait until Tuesday to find their traders, but in these two countries the ebb of the epidemic is confirmed. And, as of Sunday, three new regions in Italy will lift their restrictions, allowing non-essential businesses to reopen. But in these regions, Lombardy (north), Piedmont (north-west) and Calabria (south), bars and restaurants will remain closed, just like in France or Belgium.

The European continent as a whole is still far from getting rid of the coronavirus, however. In Germany, yet considered a good student in the fight against Covid-19, the restrictions remain in force until early January. In Cyprus, the authorities decided to impose a curfew on Monday. And in Turkey, an age-based curfew will be imposed from Saturday. In Britain, Wales will tighten restrictions on pubs and restaurants to limit the spread of the virus before Christmas. This comes after a new containment decided by Northern Ireland and the return in England to a three-level alert system.

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