The measure, which concerned 25 departments located in the east of the country, will be extended to the entire territory from Saturday, January 16.
A national curfew, from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.: this is the preferred measure chosen by the government to stem the circulation of Covid-19 in France. During a press conference held this Thursday, January 14, Prime Minister Jean Castex announced the extension of this measure to the entire territory. Since January 10, it already concerned 25 departments located in the east of the country.
Shops, restaurants, public transport: many sectors will have to change their habits with this curfew. BFMTV provides an update on the measures that were announced on Thursday. Some are not yet clearly defined at present and should be clarified in the next few hours.
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We will therefore gradually update this infographic, the latest version of which dates from Thursday January 14 at 7:30 p.m..
No containment … for the moment
If confinement is for the moment excluded by the government, Prime Minister Jean Castex clarified that the government did not exclude this possibility in the event of “strong epidemic deterioration”.
Louis Tanca BFMTV reporter
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