Coronavirus: facilities shut down in Paris

Published by My B. · Photos by My B. · Published on 15 March 2020 at 16h15
A crisis meeting is currently hosted at Paris City Hall in order to draw consequences from the decisions announced by French President Emmanuel Macron and Prime Minister amid the coronavirus pandemic in Paris. Discover the measures set up by Paris mayor and the decisions to shut down facilities.

Every day, crisis meetings are held with the Agence Régionale de Santé and the mayors of the different arrondissements. To follow the announcements made by Emmanuel Macron and Edouard Philippe, here are the facilities in town that have decided to shut down until further notice in Paris:

  • Centers for elderly people,

  • Crèches to limit the epidemic propagation. Note that perishable goods already ordered by the facilities will be donated to associations,

  • Kindergartens, junior high schools, high schools,

  • Higher schools of art,

  • Conservatoires,

  • Youth spaces,

  • Youth sections in libraries.

In addition to these closures, Anne Hidalgo has announced a few more measures aiming at helping caregivers and public services so that they can pursue work by opening special daycares by presentation of professional card.

All billboards in town will be used to keep you informed in real time about the situation.

To make sure you are up to date on the situation in Paris: Coronavirus: the situation in Paris and Île de France.

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