Light at the end of a year-long tunnel?
It is the first time that the government has used such strong words to consider it, even with the outline of a date.
The executive hopes "
a return to a more normal life (...) perhaps from mid-April
", even if in the meantime will take place "
weeks of heavy weather
", announced on Wednesday the spokesperson government, Gabriel Attal.
The return to a more normal life is in sight, the places which make our social life will reopen, it is a horizon at the end of the tunnel that we must have in sight
", thanks to the vaccination, he explained.
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While the slowness of the vaccination campaign has caused much ink to flow since January and France is still far from being among the countries in the world which vaccinate the fastest, how to understand this reason for hope, then that the government is also worried about the next few weeks?
Tuesday evening, on BFMTV, Jordan Bardella, vice-president and deputy of the RN, made a much less optimistic speech: “
With the current rate of vaccination, we would be out of the woods in August 2023 according to CovidTracker.
Do we want a model of society where, every three weeks, four weeks, we will reconfine, deconfin, re-confine, redeconfine and so on?
When can we reasonably expect to "
return to a more normal life
" or to be "
out of the woods
": mid-April 2021 or August 2023?
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