Covid France: ‘Next few weeks’ crucial for lockdown decision

The next few weeks will be crucial to see if France’s current Covid restrictions are “sufficient”, or if a new lockdown may be needed, as the health minister insists the situation is “stable” for now.

Health Minister Olivier Véran said, during a press conference update yesterday: “Pressure remains high but is not rising. The next few weeks will tell us if the current measures are sufficient, or if we must resign ourselves to confinement measures.

“We are making no bets about the future, but we can see that we have already made up time, and we hope to avoid [lockdown].




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