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A secomd wave of Coronavirus is ripping through France shutting down activity, but fashion gets green light to proceed with its Spring collection economic-related activity.
The race for a vaccine across the world has sometimes appeared political, with Russian President Vladimir Putin suggesting that his country was ahead in the battle early on. His statement was later tempered by the World Health Organisation,
French health authorities on Tuesday reported 8,051 new COVID-19 infections over the past 24 hours, up sharply from Monday's 4,070, while intensive care admissions were also on the rise.
Discover the situation in France as for the Covid-19 epidemic on Tuesday September 29, 2020. Where is the Covid-19 epidemic at in France? According to the latest report, 81 people have died at the hospital in 24 hours.
France launched a free-spending budget plan on Monday, saying a fresh spike in new Covid-19 cases justified its unprecedented loosening of the purse strings. After 460 billion euros ($537 billion) of emergency spending this year to save the economy from the virus fallout,
France's increase of new COVID-19 cases sharply decelerated on Monday, as is always the case on that day given there are fewer tests conducted on Sundays, but hospitalisations and deaths linked to the disease shot up again.
People are irate after the government ordered restaurants and bars closed in Marseille and Aix-en-Provence, the only two cities in mainland France to face such measures.
PARIS Monday became the start of a series of new measures in France announced by Health Minister Olivier Veran during a televised news conference last
Bruno Le Maire, French Minister of the Economy, Finance, and Recovery, wearing a protective face mask, speaks during a news conference to present French government 2021 budget following the weekly cab
France's government presented its 2021 budget on Monday, a plan that aims to rescue the country's beleaguered economy from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic by injecting a 42 billion-euro ($49 billion) stimulus next year.