Discover the latest news regarding the coronavirus pandemic in Paris and Ile-de-France. As of Friday January 22, 2021, we have a look on the news in Paris and its surroundings, the restrictions and the evolution of the disease. What is the coronavirus situation like in the Parisian area? We tell you more on the restrictions and measures implemented in the area.
In France, the second epidemic wave keeps on spreading in many areas. Curfew has been brought forward to 6 p.m. since January 16, 2021 instead of 8 p.m. Health authorities have set the incidence rate per department as a determining criterion to know if measures should be made harder or easier. To make Île-de-France inhabitants’ life easier, here is the incidence rate map by departments in Paris and Île-de-France as of Thursday January 21, 2021, based on data shared by CovidTracker and Data.gouv.
The coronavirus epidemic keeps on spreading in France and to curb the spread, the government has announced curfew from 6 p.m. in mainland France including in Paris and Île-de-France as the virus is gaining ground.
In Île-de-France, things are getting worst and suggest the third wave is coming. As the English variant is spreading in Île-de-France, the regional health agency - Agence Régionale de Santé or ARS - calls for new measures.
As French president Emmanuel Marcon has just decreed a curfew in Paris, in Île-de-France and 8 other cities, the Ministry of Sport has confirmed dispensations for professional rugby and soccer games will be available. For the soccer League 1, League 2 championships and rugby Top 14 and D2 tournaments, games scheduled from 9 p.m. will occur without a crowd.
This Monday October 12, Île-de-France Regional Health Agency (ARS) director warns against a very preoccupying increase of positive cases in people under 30. An incidence rate especially high, including 800 positive cases for 100,000 inhabitants.
A few hours after the “white plan” was activated in local hospitals, the ARS director general warns against a “very strong tide” of new patients likely to unfurl the next couple of days in Ile-de-France.
Paris-Plages is back from July 18 to late August 2020 by the Seine and the Bassin de la Villette. Because of coronavirus, this year will be different according to Anne Hidalgo, but still as festive. Floating movie theater, concerts by the Orchestre de chambre de Paris, as well as entertainments, swimming sessions, and relaxation... Here is the program of Paris-Plages expecting you all summer long.
Paris Design Week returns from September 3 to 12, 2020. For a week, Paris becomes the international capital of design including over 100 designers came from all over the world to exhibit their latest creations.
Feel like making the best of the White Night 2020 in Paris on October 3? Well, in case - like me - you are making the best of it and you forget about your stomach for several hours, you're waking up in the middle of the night, when everything is closed, this guide will be very handy!
Are you in Paris with your kids on Bastille Day, July 14, 2020? This year, Bastille Day is on Tuesday and this is the occasion to enjoy a brunch with your family, to discover the parade and enjoy many entertainments with our family. Keep reading to find out all the good deals on this special day to enjoy with your family.
Open Gardens in Ile de France is back for its fourth edition. A very special year: instead of a weekend, Ile-de-France inhabitants can enjoy two months of entertainments and original outings in the green spaces of their cities. From July 4 to August 30, 2020, meet in parks and gardens around you.
How cool, this Monday June 1 is Whit Monday is for many people, it's a day off! For this long weekend, you have to make the right choices to make sure you won't end up doing nothing. Shopping, museums, walks, keep reading to discover good ideas...
Thursday May 21, 2020 will be Ascension Day in Paris so this is a public holiday. This is perfect to enjoy a wonderful day in Paris. You don't know what to do and see in Paris this Thursday May 30? We've got you covered with a few ideas!
For several weeks, a connection has been made by dosctors between the coronavirus infection and the Kawasaki disease in children leading to heart failures. This Tuesday May 12th, the Health general management announced 125 Kawasaki cases have been reported in France these past few weeks. A genetic factor could explain the link between the two diseases.