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Pedestrians rush home and restaurants close as curfew begins in Paris

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The last passers-by rush to take the metro, while restaurants close their doors in Place de la Bastille in Paris a few minutes before curfew takes effect, a measure taken for at least four weeks by the government after an alarming surge in Covid-19 cases. IMAGES

Added on the 17/10/2020 21:31:04 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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