In France, cafes, nightclubs, and movie theaters will close due to coronavirus on March 15. This was announced by Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, reports TN
He noted that at midnight, institutions would close, “a visit to which does not represent a vital need.” However, he promised that pharmacies, grocery stores, gas stations, and banks will continue to work. Also, as usual, public transport and government agencies will continue to function.
Churches and other places of worship will remain open, but ceremonies and ceremonies will not be held in them.
On March 13, French President Emmanuel Macron announced the onset of the coronavirus epidemic and closed all schools in the country, including schools and kindergartens. Macron also called on employers to allow employees to work remotely and advised people over 70 years of age and those who suffer from chronic diseases to leave their homes as little as possible.
According to the latest data from the Johns Hopkins University project, more than 155.4 thousand cases of SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection have been registered in the world. In France, 4469 people were infected. 5802 people became victims of infection worldwide.