France bans parties in bars and restaurants in an attempt to control Covid-19

The move by the European country will last until January 6, followed by other countries on the continent like Ireland, which will close pubs until January 9.

Frederick Florin / AFPFrance closes nightclubs, imposes new restrictions on Covid-19

Government of France This Wednesday, the 8th, it was announced that it would start next Friday, the 10th, implementing a series of control measures to try to contain a new wave. Kovid-19 In the country. Until January 6, nightclubs will not be open, and bars and restaurants will be banned from holding parties, which frustrates business people in the area’s New Year’s plans, which have already been closed for 16 months. Infectious disease. The owners of the establishments to be closed will be compensated as per the order issued by the French government. However, there are no details on how this benefit will be distributed. Prime Minister Jean-Costecus’ justification for the decision is that closed areas increase the risk of transmission of the virus and neglect the use of masks, one of the most effective means of protection against the disease.

France’s decision echoes the movement of other European countries seeking to block the advance of the Ômicron variant. Last Friday, March 3, the Prime Minister of Ireland, Michael Martin, issued a statement to the nation announcing that nightclubs would be closed and restrictions on pubs, restaurants and other places in the country would be increased. “If Ômicron spreads and it communicates more, the potential for a serious crisis is clear. With no restrictions on meetings, the risks associated with the advent of the Christmas season are very high, “he said. Anyone who does not take will be banned.

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