Faced with the progression of the virus, the prefecture of Pas-de-Calais will request a confinement of its department for three weekends in a row, confirmed to our colleagues from France Bleu the mayor of Arras, Frédérique Leturque, in the outcome of a meeting with local elected officials.
The prefect of Pas-de-Calais will make this proposal during the Health Defense Council to be held this Wednesday, March 3.
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The elected official said he was "
convinced that Matignon will validate these proposals
", according to the
Voix du Nord
Other measures will also be proposed, "
with this requirement of the elected officials of Pas-de-Calais to see the vaccination in parallel in concrete terms
explained to the local media the mayor of Arras Frédéric Leturque.
The situation is serious.
When we hear that Pas-de-Calais is the second department in France for the incidence rate… If these measures save lives, we want to make the effort but if we do not have the vaccines in the face , it's an effort for nothing
”, reacted for his part in the evening Natacha Bouchart, LR mayor of Calais, still with the
Voix du Nord
The incidence rate in Pas-de-Calais is 402 patients per 100,000 inhabitants.
Before Pas-de-Calais, Dunkirk, Nice and their surroundings had a first weekend confined Saturday and Sunday.