The President of France Emmanuel macron said on Monday that the regime of self-isolation in the framework of the fight against coronavirus COVID-19 will be extended to 11 may
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The rules of the regime of isolation is not expected to change, said macron. He called for adherence to existing views of the entire country
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The President of France Emmanuel macron said on Monday that the regime of self-isolation in the framework of the fight against coronavirus COVID-19 will be extended to may 11. Mass events in the country will hold at least until mid-July, reports TASS. The rules of the regime of isolation is not expected to change, said macron. He called to follow them in the existing species throughout the country.
Such measures can “act effectively,” he said. “This is a necessary condition in order to slow the spread of the virus to find the necessary space in the intensive care unit and to allow our medical staff to gain strength,” explained the French President.
The French leader acknowledged that the country “apparently, ill prepared” to the epidemic, which “pointed to existing shortcomings”. However, he stressed that “in due course, be made all necessary conclusions.”
After may 11, according to the President, the government will begin to gradually return the country to normal life. In particular, one of our priorities is the reopening of educational institutions.
A number of schools in France will gradually begin to resume may 11. Educational institutions will remain closed physically until the summer. The government should in the future specify for each University, the work, in particular for the organization of exams.
Macron said that the spread of coronavirus in France has slowed somewhat.
In France, according to Monday, the total number of victims of coronavirus is 14 967 people, said at a briefing in Paris, the Director of the General Directorate of the Ministry of health of the country jérôme Salomon.
For the last day of 335 patients died in hospitals, and another 239 in nursing homes. In intensive care units Monday is 6821 patient.
Since the beginning of the epidemic was 98 076 identified cases of infection COVID-19, including 2673 for the last day.