DIRECT. Covid-19: Jean Castex will speak in the National Assembly and the Senate before a vote of parliamentarians on containment

Find here our entire live # COVID_19

6:28 a.m. : Hello @delighted, we are awaiting clarification but it should be possible, because “the counters of public services will remain open”, announced Emmanuel Macron last night during his speech. Town halls, courts and other public services will therefore at least partially continue their activities.

6:28 a.m. : Hello, Would it be possible to do administrative procedures in town halls, courts etc. during this reconfinement?

6:21 am : India, the second country most affected by the Covid-19 pandemic after the United States, has recorded more than eight million cases of contamination and recorded more than 120,000 deaths linked to Covid-19, announce the authorities. The government fears an upsurge in cases after Diwali, the country’s biggest religious holiday, which will take place on November 14. The onset of winter also raises fears of a worsening of the situation.

6:15 a.m. : Hello @Midnight, no, this new confinement will begin this night at midnight and not the night of tomorrow to Saturday. During his speech last night, Emmanuel Macron however promised “a tolerance during this return weekend so that everyone can come back from their vacation spot“. Travel from one region to another due to return from the fall vacation will therefore be permitted until Sunday evening.

6:15 a.m. : Happy morning! Question probably classic but nevertheless recurring: confinement begins Friday at midnight, we are talking about Friday evening and therefore travel still possible during the day on Friday?

06:07 : Professional sports competitions will be able to continue during the new period of confinement, announces the Minister for Sports, Roxana Maracineanu. “The continuity of sport which is practiced as a profession is today assured”, she said during the review of the Sports budget at the Palais-Bourbon. “Top athletes and professional athletes will be able to continue to train. And they will also be able to continue to compete since travel for professional reasons is authorized”, continued the minister.

06:06 : Let’s start with a first point on the news:

Faced with the second wave, Emmanuel Macron announced yesterday a reconfinement for the whole of metropolitan France, “at least until December 1”. Here is what to take away from his announcements, and an article explaining what changes and what does not change from the spring containment.

# COVID_19 Prime Minister Jean Castex will detail these new restrictions today, first at the National Assembly, then before the Senate this afternoon, before holding a press conference at 6.30 p.m.

More than 3,000 patients with Covid-19 are now in intensive care in France, occupying more than half of the beds available in these services. French hospitals now accommodate more than 20,000 people affected by the coronavirus.

France wishes to plead for “sanctions” at European level against Turkey, after the remarks made by Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the mental health of Emmanuel Macron, and his call for a boycott of French products. More information here.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *