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  • France decided against imposing a third coronavirus nationwide locked down on Friday.

  • Instead, it ordered tighter border controls, increased police action against curfew breakers and greater adherence to working from home.

  • Parisians mostly expressed their relief at the move on Saturday.

  • This'll woman says the government wants to keep the economy going and save as much as possible the national economy.

  • She adds that if they were to close schools again, it will be a catastrophe.

  • Thanks, Man says.

  • In a personal sense, it's pleasant, even mentally, not have to go through a new lock down.

  • The French government said the public health crisis remained of great concern as France's death toll jumped above 75,000, the seventh highest globally.

  • The prime minister, Jean Cast X, said that from Sunday all arrivals into France from outside the European Union would be banned except for essential travel.

  • All visitors from EU nations would need to show a negative PCR test except cross border workers and truckers.

  • The country will reduce the number of people allowed into shopping malls on increased police controls against people breaking a night time curfew.

France decided against imposing a third coronavirus nationwide locked down on Friday.

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Parisians relieved as France avoids third lockdown

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/01/30
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