This past November 12, Jean Castex held a new press brief. France’s Prime Minister returned on the current health situation in the country, confirming lockdown was sustained at least “for the next two weeks”. The first results of the lockdown are “coherent”, he said, with decreasing transit and a “first 16% decrease trend” even though the epidemic still goes strong.
Two days later, Emmanuel Macron also wanted to send a message to the French. And it is on his Twitter account the French President reminded the fight against coronavirus calling it a collective fight, adding “the next few days will be decisive”.
Notre combat contre l'épidémie est collectif et les prochains jours seront décisifs. En classe, au bureau, à la maison, 5 gestes pour sauver des vies : pic.twitter.com/47GAEOBVmr
— Emmanuel Macron (@EmmanuelMacron) November 14, 2020
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Tweet reads: “our fight against the epidemic is collective and the next few days will be decisive. At school, at work, at home, 5 gestures to save lives”
The French President also reminded 5 crucial gestures protecting and enabling to “save lives” such as wearing a face mask, washing your hands regularly, keep at least one-meter away from other people or even regularly air closed places.
According to the latest report of Santé Publique France, the country has been reporting these past 24 hours 359 new deaths and 32,095 new cases positive for Covid-19.