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The Health Defense Council, which meets again this Wednesday, could decide to tighten restrictive measures.
About twenty departments, placed in enhanced vigilance for a week due to high incidence rates or the high presence of variants, are concerned.
Like Dunkirk and the Alpes-Maritimes, these sectors are under the threat of containment on weekends.
Numerous meetings with the prefects and elected officials of these territories have been held in recent days.
According to elected officials from Île-de-France, different options, "which may or may not be cumulative" were presented: weekend confinement with an exit permit of one hour and within a radius of 5 km more the curfew at 6 p.m. on weekdays, the closure of parks and gardens or the closure of non-food businesses larger than 5,000 m² and of non-food stalls in outdoor markets… The Prefect of Pas-de-Calais, Louis Le Frank, has already requested, this Tuesday, a weekend confinement for three weeks, in order to counter the Covid-19.
Covid-19: follow the situation live
Another highly anticipated summit meeting this Wednesday: the study of protocols for reopening restaurants, bars, places of culture.
The establishment of a health pass with the compilation of the latest test results, the establishment of flash tests, gauges in the stadiums or a QR code in front of the bars to trace the chains of contamination are mentioned.
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A law to restore confidence in justice.
The Minister of Justice unveiled, in an interview with the weekly Le Point, the outlines of his bill to "restore the confidence" of the French in justice.
Eric Dupond-Moretti mentions in particular the abolition of credits for automatic reduction of sentence, supervising the preliminary investigation by limiting it to "two years maximum" or even opening the courtrooms to cameras and no longer "only filming the trials for the 'History'.
The text could be proposed in the Council of Ministers "mid-April", before a review in Parliament a month later.
An explosion near a Covid-19 testing center in the Netherlands.
The situation is extremely tense in the country where many are protesting against the implementation of the curfew.
After numerous riots of unprecedented violence for several decades, a homemade bomb exploded near a coronavirus screening center
in Bovenkarspel, north of Amsterdam
“An explosive went off at 6:55 am.
Windows were destroyed, but there were no injuries.
The police are investigating.
The perimeter has been cordoned off, ”police said in a statement.
The accidental track is already ruled out by the authorities.
In January, a vaccination center was set on fire.
XV of France
: Galthié would not be patient zero.
This is what emerges from the first conclusions of the report commissioned by the Minister of Sports Roxana Maracineanu.
If the coach had left the group to attend a match of his son at the Jean-Bouin stadium, the report affirms that during this exit, he did not violate the health protocol.
The track of a player of the French rugby 7 team, who trained with the XV group, which is privileged.
At least 17 members of the squad had tested positive, leading to the postponement of the game against Scotland.
PSG without its magical trio in Bordeaux.
The club of the capital moves, this Wednesday evening, on the lawn of the Girondins (11th in the standings) on behalf of the 28th day of Ligue 1. The three arrows of the attacking trio that are Mbappé, Di Maria and Neymar do not will not be on the trip.
The first is suspended when the other two are in the recovery phase after their injuries.
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Eight places to win to go around the Moon
The original Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa is offering eight tickets to people around the world to accompany him on a space tourism trip around the Moon, scheduled for 2023 with SpaceX, a company of the American Elon Musk specializing in the space field.
SpaceX targets the end of 2021 for sending its first tourists into space
The 45-year-old online fashion mogul, contemporary art collector and patron of the arts was the first private customer to book a flight on Starship.
He is looking for artistic profiles.
“Anyone who does something creative can be called an artist,” he explains on Twitter.
Future novice astronauts must pre-register by March 14.
A first selection must be made a week later, according to the website dedicated to the operation, Dearmoon.
Final interviews and medical examinations are scheduled for the end of May this year.