Reconfinement: when France thinks about it, what are our European neighbors doing?

COVID-19 – Reconfinement, not Reconfinement? Doubt still hangs over the next measures decided by the government. While rumors announced an imminent third confinement, the Elysee has tempered this information, saying that no decision has been taken. Already under a curfew from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m., France does not know how fast it will have to live in the coming weeks.

At his side, European neighbors are experiencing the same torments: curfew, confinement, partial curfew … each country is deploying the measures it considers necessary to fight against the coronavirus, depending on the number of new cases qu ‘he identifies. And sometimes it doesn’t go smoothly, as you can see in the video at the end of the article.

The HuffPost takes stock of the situation below with a map of European countries confined or under curfew:

Note that the countries in gray have obviously also put in place health restrictions such as the closure of non-essential establishments, the limitation of gatherings or the wearing of compulsory masks, but without opting at this stage for curfews. or generalized confinements.

As regards France, Sunday January 24, JDD announced to his A: “Reconfinement imminent”, evoking a presidential speech following the defense council scheduled for Wednesday, January 27. From Sunday, Matignon relativized in our columns these affirmations. “The JDD is very affirmative and even too much, because nothing is decided at this stage. The reconfinement is a possible option, but which is not recorded neither on the calendar nor on the very principle ”, rectified one in the entourage of Jean Castex.

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