France Could Go Into Lockdown From Tomorrow

France could go into lockdown from tomorrow and it could last a month.

The French government is envisaging a month-long national lockdown to combat the coronavirus resurgence which could take effect from midnight on Thursday. President Macron is due to make a televised address at 8 pm today which is expected to see a national lockdown imposed or a host of local measures and curfews extended.

The people of France have been told to “expect tough decisions” as President Emmanuel Macron hosts two emergency Defence Council meetings to discuss hardening restrictions against a brutal second wave of coronavirus.

France has had a big spike in the number of daily deaths from COVID-19, recording an additional 523 deaths in 24 hours yesterday, the highest daily death total since April.


 

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