France closes nightclubs amid new COVID outbreak

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France closes nightclubs amid new COVID outbreak

” In recent weeks, we have all tended to weaken our vigilance, “the French prime minister said.

< p> In France, against the backdrop of a new outbreak of COVID-19, they decided to ban all nightclubs for four weeks.

French Prime Minister Jean Castex made a corresponding statement on Monday, December 6, AFP reports.

It is noted that the corresponding decision of the government of the country will enter into force on Friday, December 10. “In recent weeks, we have all had a tendency to weaken our vigilance,” said Kasteks, himself recently ill with coronavirus.

The French prime minister also called on companies to encourage their employees to work remotely and asked the citizens of the country to “slow down” with public gatherings, including corporate parties.

“The situation requires both individual and collective efforts,” he stressed, urging the French to be vaccinated against the coronavirus.

France confirmed only 25 cases of the new strain COVID-19 “Omicron”. At the same time, over the past day, the country was informed about more than 42 thousand cases of coronavirus and more than 11 thousand patients in hospitals (the highest rate since August).

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