Paris and its inner suburbs are on maximum alert since Monday October 5, 2020. New restrictions aiming at halting the spread of coronavirus are added to the ones already implemented when the Paris area was on reinforced alert.
Coronavirus: Paris on maximum alert area, new restrictions
Facing the worsening situation of the health crisis in the country, today, Paris and its inner suburbs are on maximum alert. This Monday October 5, 2020 at 11:30 a.m., Paris Police PRefect and the competent authorities have unveiled new anti-Covid measures. These new "binding measures" will be implemented on Tuesday for a two-week period.
Among the rules already implemented since late September and still on, selling and drinking alcohol on the public road past 10 p.m. are banned. A measure aiming at limiting parties in tandem with the ban of gatherings of over 10 people.
From now on, as Paris and its inner suburbs are on maximum alert, bars must close down for two weeks depending on the health situation evolution starting from Tuesday October 6, 2020. As for restaurants, they narrowly escape the forced closure and must now follow a reinforced health protocol. In Monday October 5, 2020's conference, Paris prefect Didier Lallement also said student parties were now banned.
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