French President, Emmanuel Macron, A jail term was announced for the entire country for a month beginning this Saturday night, including schools for three weeks and four schools for high school.
Macron, in intervention for the country, He called on the French to make a “subsidiary effort” in April, which would make it “difficult” to avoid overcrowding of intensive care units across the country, which had already occurred in some regions.
“The situation is more dangerous than in the autumn because the virus is more contagious and more dangerous,” he said due to the British variant.
Of these operations, 19 sectors, including the Paris area, are already under tight control.
This imprisonment means that non-essential shops will close their doors, although the list of open fields is extensive and now includes bookstores or florists.
Except for mere reason, citizens cannot leave the regions and travel more than ten kilometers from their home, for work or for a bad reason.
The curfew order is maintained from 7:00 pm to 6:00 am, a period set two weeks ago.
Kindergarten and elementary schools will be closed for three weeks and secondary schools and institutions for four weeks.
When all centers are taught remotely, closure will begin next week. There will be two weeks of Easter holidays from April 12 to 25, already planned.
On the 26th, nurseries and elementary schools will reopen, but high schools and institutions will still have one week of distance education and will not return to the classroom until May 5th, which will be tailored to the epidemic situation.
Macron stressed the success of keeping schools as open as possible, compared to other countries that have closed schools for months.
He pointed out that parents who are unable to deliver will have the opportunity to take advantage of Temporary Unemployment (ERDE) to care for their children during that period, while at the same time announcing assistance to businesses and other departments to care for their children.