Sports on the streets of the French capital will be banned from 10.00 to 19.00, because at that time the city has the most people, the city hall said. On April 6, in France, 833 deaths from a coronavirus were recorded.
The Paris authorities decided to tighten the quarantine rules imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic, and limit the time for doing sports on the street, the city hall website reported.
Doing sports on the streets of the French capital will be banned from 10.00 to 19.00, because at this time in the city there are most people. ABOUTthe boundaries will take effect on April 8th.
AFP recalled that according to the quarantine introduced on March 17, residents can leave their homes only if necessary, including for walking alone or running around the house (within 1 km of the residence). But after warming in the streets of Paris, large groups of residents began to gather, who play sports and walk, which caused concern of the authorities.
Radio station RFI notes that the mayor of Paris, Ann Hidalgo, promised on April 7 to distribute 2 million protective masks to the townspeople. She said that it will not be disposable medical masks, and fabric, which can be washed and reused.
To go out, Parisians must each time fill out a special form indicating the time and purpose of leaving the house. Inquiries were previously paper, from this week the French had the opportunity to leave home via electronic help on their smartphone.
The news of increased quarantine in Paris appeared after a record number of deaths from coronavirus per day was reported in France on March 6 – 833.
In total, as of April 6, according to the RFI, 74 390 confirmed cases of coronavirus infection were registered in France, 8911 people died (updated data will be published today later).
An outbreak of COVID-19 coronavirus infection began in December 2019 in China. March 11, the World Health Organization announced the spread of coronavirus pandemic. According to American Johns Hopkins University, on April 7, the total number of infected people in the world exceeded 1.36 million, of which more than 292 thousand recovered, more than 76 thousand died.