From this Wednesday, wearing a mask is no longer mandatory outside and teleworking is no longer prescribed, but recommended.
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As promised, the government will begin on Wednesday, February 2, to remove restrictions related to the Govt-19 to facilitate the daily lives of the French people. Following the two-step schedule announced at the end of January, France is taking over from other European countries such as the UK and Denmark.
From this Wednesday onwards, wearing a mask outside will no longer be mandatory, nor will measurements be dropped from the seated public, especially in venues and cultural institutions, and teleworking will no longer be charged, but recommended. In two weeks, nightclubs closed from December 10 to February 16 will be reopened and standing concerts will be re-recognized. Consumption at the counter is also possible at the bars. Like consumption in theaters, theaters and transport.
The government has not made it a condition to remove these restrictions on the evolution of the health condition. In the eyes of the authorities, the threat of the Omigran variant is now less because it is less dangerous than its predecessors, though more highly contagious. In an average of seven days, according to the latest statistics, 322,256 cases were registered, up from 366,179 a week ago. The number of patients in intensive care was almost constant for a week, up from 3,741 on Tuesday to 3,751, and hospital admissions continue to rise.
“Over the past few days, we have seen a weak reversal of this trend, with fewer cases being reported each day than there were seven days ago.”Gabriel Attal, spokesman for the French Info government, underscored Tuesday. One “The most encouraging signal”, However, he felt the call “Be careful”Especially due to the sub variant of Omigron, “BA.2, highly contagious” This seems to have delayed the peak of pollution in other countries.
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