7." HEALTH EMERGENCY "
Friday March 20, 2020.
“Don't be surprised by this pandemic. You have to be prepared because she has an incredible strike force, especially on fragile people, but also on certain young people. I tell everyone to be very careful and follow the health recommendations. Macron may have acted a little later because of the history of the elections, but now we see that France is heading for Italy and everything must be done to stop the contagion ".
Message from DR Stroffolini, 29, medical intern at Turin Hospital.
While France counts in 24 hours, 1,865 more cases (tested by the PCR), which increases the number of reported cases to 10,995, the French state is accelerating the package of binding measures.
A law establishing the "state of health emergency" will officially allow it to limit collective freedoms and requisition all goods and services necessary to fight against the health disaster.
All the beaches in the Mediterranean, Channel and Atlantic have been closed. In Nice, the Promenade des Anglais evacuated and the curfew at 8 p.m. introduced.
In Parisian stations, police controls are reinforced. Circulate, 15% TGV, Ouigo and Intercités, 25% TER, 35% transiliens.
Rail traffic to Germany, Italy and Spain is suspended. 20% Eurostar to London. 20% of Thalys.
The fine for unauthorized traffic would drop from 135 to 375 euros.
A medical TGV is "parked" in Paris, which can be mobilized in a few hours to transport patients from one region to another.
The Tonnerre building of the national navy will evacuate the sick in Ajaccio.
And to punish the unruly French - in Calvados, an entire house celebrating has been fined - new bans will be put in place.
In Paris, our dear Seine quays, the Invalides and the Champ de Mars will soon be closed.
We will stay on our balconies to sing, declaim or scream our pain.
Hey, today was the first day of the Paris Book Fair with its wealth of cultural scenes and debates. Guest, India. We celebrate the centenary of the birth of Boris Vian, the fiftieth anniversary of the death of Giono, and the 60th anniversary of the death of Albert Camus.
An opportunity to immerse ourselves in their works.