At the national level, “the trend is not good,” admitted government spokesman Gabriel Attal.
Lis France heading towards tougher measures? At the national level, “the trend is not good”, admitted the spokesman of the government, Gabriel Attal, to the Grand Jury RTL – LCI – Le Figaro, using the words of Olivier Véran on Saturday in Nice.
More than 22,300 new cases of contamination were recorded on Saturday, after 24,100 the day before and 21,200 the previous Saturday, and hospital pressure remains at a high level.
And, in this sunny weekend which raised fears of a relaxation of barrier gestures, “the tendency is unfortunately not to loosen the constraint”, added Mr. Attal, reiterating that the objective of the government is, as much as possible, to avoid a third confinement.
On Friday, the Elysee Palace said it would give itself 8 to 10 days to decide whether the current constraints should be relaxed or tightened, according to majority parliamentarians, who participated in a video conference with the Presidency of the Republic.
Gabriel Attal also defended the vaccine strategy, assuring that “France is the EU country in which there have been the most” of the first injections of the vaccine.
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