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One of the world's most beloved flea-ridden cities: Is it dangerous to fly there? | Israel Hayom

2023-10-02T12:00:56.048Z

Highlights: Paris has recently been dealing with a growing phenomenon, affecting cinemas, public transportation and even the homes of the city's residents. Emmanuel Grégoir, deputy mayor of Paris, said that "no one is immune and it is impossible to guarantee that there will be no contact" The French government has announced that it will act to deal with the flea infestation, but it is still unclear when and how it will do so. In about a year the Olympics are expected to be held in Paris, and during the year quite a few more international events are expected.


Paris has recently been dealing with a growing phenomenon, affecting cinemas, public transportation and even the homes of the city's residents • The French government has announced that it will act to deal with the flea infestation, but it is still unclear when and how it will do so


Paris is known as one of the world's leading tourist destinations, where many tourists come from all over the world, and some will even define it as the best tourist destination in the world.

However, in recent times the French capital has been dealing with a serious blow – the flea plague. This phenomenon is expanding to cinemas, public transportation, private homes and many other places throughout the city, causing quite a few tourists to feel uncomfortable. Emmanuel Grégoir, deputy mayor of Paris, referred to the flea infestation, saying that "no one is immune and it is impossible to guarantee that there will be no contact."

Paris, photo: Getty Images


In recent days, quite a few documentations of the same bedbugs have surfaced on public transportation and in the city's cinemas, when they were photographed walking on the seats on which the spectators are supposed to sit.

Following the flea infestation in the city, the French government announced that it would take action to address the phenomenon. In about a year, the Olympics are expected to be held in Paris, and during the year quite a few more international events are expected to bring millions of tourists with them to the city, and as of now it is unclear when and how the difficult problem facing the beloved city will be dealt with.

I'm glad that I'm on Paris TikTok because there's a bedbug infestation on the Paris metro pic.twitter.com/Af5CG0yJTe

— amy (@bergeambe) September 30, 2023

Je ne sais pas si on voit mais PUNAISES DE LIT dans le rer b c'est bon on est infecté restez chez vous stay safe. Tourists please don't come to Paris it's full of bedbugs the city is trash and the authorities are a joke, stay home and take care pic.twitter.com/EVEVluHa1j

— Marinela (@sra_marinela) October 1, 2023Did we get it wrong? We'll fix it! If you find a mistake in the article, please share with us

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