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French Prime minister says shops could reopen 'mid-May' depending on Covid-19 outbreak

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"Shops, certain cultural and sporting activities, and (cafe) terraces" could reopen "around mid-May" in France depending on the evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic in the country, Prime Minister Jean Castex says. SOUNDBITE

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