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A dozen terraces closed this weekend in Paris for having opened too early

2020-06-01T11:20:27.950Z

The prefecture of police has forced ten Parisian restaurateurs to tidy up their tables. They will not be able to bring them out until next Tuesday, the date authorized by the government.



Immediately out, immediately put back inside. Despite the fateful date of June 2 to welcome their customers on the terrace, several restaurateurs did not resist taking out their tables, which remained confined for two months. To the delight of Parisians, this beautiful sunny weekend of Pentecost.

Two restaurants in the 18th arrondissement, a crêperie in the 7th and a bistro in the 10th were sanctioned on Saturday May 30 by the Paris police headquarters. The following day, six other establishments were forced to close. Each owner left with a fine for not respecting this deconfinement measure.

The day before, the mayor of Paris announced his plan to allow the opening of Parisian restaurants and cafes safely. Chairs and tables can be installed on the sidewalks and parking spaces. Some streets may also be closed to traffic so that customers can sit down. Anne Hidalgo hopes to give a smile to catering professionals who have particularly suffered from coronavirus.

Source: lefigaro

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