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France’s new Prime Minister Jean Castex said a second nationwide-coronavirus lockdown is “out of the question”, but he also warned that if need be, restrictions will be reimposed locally. His statement comes amid growing concern about French people’s behaviour, such as less respect for social distancing.

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