France is imposing curfew at night

France is struggling to contain the spread of the coronavirus. The country’s various cultural centers are therefore being delayed. A new night curfew is being imposed again. This information has been informed in a report of BBC Online.

Prime Minister Jean-Cassack said the rate of infection was not declining as fast as the government had hoped since the lockdown was imposed in late October. The planned stay at home will be lifted from December 15. However, the curfew will start from 8 pm to 6 am.

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The ban will also continue on the occasion of the celebration of the first day of the new year. Any kind of public gathering will be prohibited on that night.

The government’s condition is that if the number of corona identified is less than 5,000 per day, the restrictions will be relaxed. However, more than 10,000 corona are still being identified every day.

“We haven’t seen the end of the second wave yet,” Cassex said. The target set by December 15 did not go as far. We can’t relax our defenses now. We have to keep our goals right. We have to find a way to be more cautious in the next few weeks. ‘

Museums, cinemas, theaters and sports centers are scheduled to open on Tuesday but have to be closed for another three weeks. The night curfew will continue till December 31. Restaurants and bars will remain closed until January 20.

However, people in the cultural world of France are criticizing this decision of the government. More than 2.3 million people have been diagnosed with coronary heart disease in France so far. More than 56,000 people have died in Corona in the country.

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