Coronavirus: Lockdown in France again, President Macron announced


French President Emmanuel Macron has announced the second lockdown in the country in the wake of Kovid-19. He said that the second wave of coronavirus could be extremely dangerous. If strict measures are not taken, the death toll could reach 4 lakh.

The lockdown will come into effect from Friday and will continue till December 1. However, this time it will be more flexible than the first lockdown in the country. During this time, all schools, public services, and essential offices will remain open.

But those who have to go out will have to keep documents with them so that they can know that they are leaving from work. The police will carry out this work. During this time, bars and restaurants will remain closed.

In France, the coronavirus is again taking a macabre form. In the last 24 hours, 523 people have died due to Corona in France, which is the highest since April.

In France, there have been 33,417 new cases reported in the last 24 hours. Between Monday and Tuesday, 1194 cases have increased in France. Earlier, Macron had also held two emergency meetings of the Defense Council in view of the increasing cases of Corona.

Let us know that in Europe these days people are protesting on the streets against the lockdown. The protesters demand that the strict lockdown be exempted.