US COVID-19 in Mayenne: the obligation of port of the mask outdoors in turn suspended by justice
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The prefectural decree, which did not distinguish between the very frequented places and the full campaign, will have to be revisedepidemic - the prefectural decree, which did not distinguish between the very busy locations and the full campaign, will have to be revised
an additional camouflet for the state . After the Yvelines, Paris or, it is the turn of the department of to see its prefectural decree imposing the wearing of the mask outdoors to be suspended by justice. In a decision unveiled on Wednesday, the Administrative Tribunal of Nantes considered that the decision to make the mask on the whole of Mayen, since December 31, was "disproportionate and unrespuried infringement" to individual freedoms..
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is a living in Saint-Denis-d'anjou, surprised to see The application of such a decree whether in urban or in the countryside, which had seized the Tribunal, reveals. Noting that justice has given him right, the complainant considers that this is a "good point for the functioning of democracy".
Thereported that it will quickly publish a new decree corrected. Distinctions between very busy locations and others who are not should appear, like what happened in Loire-Atlantique.
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