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France to ease coronavirus lockdown measures, certain regions and Paris to stay under strict rules

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France is set to start gradually easing lockdown measures in place to curb the coronavirus pandemic, after cases and deaths have been continuously dropping. 178 new Covid-19 deaths have been reported, but the easing of measures will not be the same for everyone, as the East and the Centre of the country, as well as Paris, will remain under strict measures.

Added on the 08/05/2020 16:06:58 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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