Wednesday, 25 November, 2020

Macron against total French lockdown, Easter likely canceled, source says

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Deanna Wagner | 25 March, 2020, 10:13

"The lockdown needs to be strictly implemented", it said in a statement.

Philippe said that while many people respected the country's initial measures, there were still too many people ignoring the rules.

The source added: "If the lockdown is maintained, which should be the case, places of worship will be inaccessible and family reunions won't be possible".

"The president spoke the truth: he said the festivities, in light of the current situation, can not go ahead as usual".

On Monday evening, Prime minister Edouard Philippe announced tougher lockdown restrictions, following the advice of the Conseil d'Etat, France highest administrative court.

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State governors must request access to the Economic Injury Disaster Loan program for businesses located in their states. So if they only present 12 months, it may not look as though (business is) down that much. "But it is different".

Easter is on April 12, Passover begins on April 8 and Ramadan begins around April 24.

Macron has ordered the French to stay at home other than to buy groceries, travel to work, exercise or for medical care. "And we is not going to hesitate, the place mandatory, to take more durable measures, that means curfew measures", the prime minister mentioned.

"A variety of residents need normalcy to return, nevertheless it's not occurring quickly", Philippe advised TF1 information. Salomon said health authorities would soon be able to tabulate data coming from retirement homes, which will likely trigger a more dramatic increase in registered fatalities. The World Health Organization says that the novel coronavirus cases across the globe have exceeded 330,000, with more than 15,000 deaths.

The experts said that the lockdown was now the 'sole strategy that is realistic in operational terms, ' adding that other strategies like mass testing or isolating all those who may have the virus were not realisable on a national scale.