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Anne Hidalgo asked again Tuesday for the reopening of parks and gardens, but Olivier Véran immediately reiterated his refusal to consider this derogation for these spaces green.
The mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo on Tuesday asked for the reopening of parks and gardens in the capital - with the wearing of a mandatory mask, but Olivier Véran immediately reiterated his refusal to '' consider this derogation for these green spaces.
"Taking into account the needs of Parisians, because Paris is a very dense city, I renew my request to open up the parks and gardens with a mandatory mask to the promenade, which should also be the case in all the streets of our city, "Anne Hidalgo wrote on Twitter Tuesday morning.
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Taking into account the needs of Parisians, because Paris is a very dense city, I renew my request to open up the parks and gardens with a mandatory mask to the promenade, which should also be the case in all the streets of our city.- Anne Hidalgo (@Anne_Hidalgo)
"No, we will not open parks and gardens in Paris and in Île-de-France as well as in the other regions which are classified red, "replied Minister of Health Olivier Véran during a trip to Limeil-Brevannes (Val-de-Marne). "It can be extremely tempting by the sun we have today that people gather too much, crowd too much, that they do not respect groups of ten and that they cannot respect the conditions of barrier gestures ", he explained, adding" having seen the images "of Parisians gathered" "on the banks of the Seine" Monday evening.
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Les Bois de Vincennes and Boulogne have been fully open since the start of deconfinement on Monday, but the parks and gardens of Paris remain closed for the time being"We must loosen the noose", insists Hidalgo
Questioned by BFM, Anne Hidalgo, mask on the face, clarified his words: "I think we will have to loosen up because otherwise we have the Parisiennes and Parisiennes who are concentrated either on the sidewalks or on spaces like the quays (…). You have to loosen the vice. Obviously with security measures. I do not plan to reopen the P and j so that we can have picnics there, but on the other hand so that we can walk to air and in a city as dense as ours to have a little more space seems essential to me. "
The classification of the capital in epidemic red zone" imposes the maintenance of the closure of parks and gardens until further notice ". But the first day of the deconfinement showed the immediate desire of Parisians to take advantage of dozens of people gathered on Monday evening, along the banks of the Seine and the Saint-Martin canal, popular with Parisians, to enjoy the first evening of deconfinement, ignoring social distancing, before be dislodged by the police at the Canal Saint-Martin. The consumption of alcohol will be prohibited "on the banks of the Canal Saint-Martin and on the entire length of the waterways on the banks in the capital from May 12 ", announced in reaction the prefect of police Didier Lallement in a press release.
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© LP / J.D. Paris prefect of police Didier Lallement alongside Anne Hidalgo, here at a previous meeting of the Paris Council. Now masks and social distancing are de rigueur. During the Paris Council meeting on Monday, the prefect of police, Didier Lallement took stock of the first week of deconfinement. “The situation in hospitals is far from having returned to normal, even if it is improving day by day. Many deaths are still observed.