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Mixed feelings as Paris stores reopen

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In Les Halles, formerly one of Paris’s busiest shopping and transport interchanges, people are filtering onto the streets to spend time with friends and do shopping. Some stores are enforcing a one-on, one-out policy. FRANCE 24’s Nadia Massih describes a mixture of relief among those who have spent two months cooped in small apartments, and real concern that the lockdown is being lifted too soon. While businesses fear the impact of no American and Chinese tourists for the foreseeable future.

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