Containment must be applied “during the day from 5 am to 7 pm” and “any movement beyond a limit of 10km around the home will be subject to a certificate,” said Stanislas Cazelles.
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In Martinique, “Containment will be put in place from this weekend and for three weeks, with a review clause in mid-August”, announced Wednesday July 28 the prefect Stanislas Cazelles in the face of the resurgence of cases of Covid-19. It will have to be applied “during the day from 5 am to 7 pm” and “any movement beyond a limit of 10km around the home will be subject to a certificate”, he said during a press briefing. The prefecture detailed the new measures on Twitter.
The epidemic of # COVID19 continues its brutal acceleration in Martinique. In order to fight against the spread of the virus, the prefect of Martinique takes news #measures ➡ https://t.co/QFzTLX1nJE pic.twitter.com/Mawnq629lx
– Prefect of Martinique (@ Prefet972) July 28, 2021
In this department of the Antilles, where the state of emergency was declared on July 14, the situation is “very difficult”, Gabriel Attal described earlier. “We have deployed the army health service to accommodate patients in good conditions as much as possible in the hospital”, reported the government spokesperson.