In front of the Bir-Hakeim pharmacy, in the 15th arrondissement of Paris, near the Eiffel Tower, the queues for Covid-19 screening have disappeared.
"Currently, the people who come to be tested are mostly those who want to go abroad," says Pascal Legrand-Durand, pharmacist.
Between May 1 and May 11, his pharmacy carried out nearly 400 antigenic tests.
This is twice less than in April.
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