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法国宣布逐步放宽全国性冠状病毒封锁

2020-11-26 11:00

 

2020年11月25日,法国巴黎,一名男子戴着口罩走过一家书店。法国总统埃马纽埃尔·马克龙(Emmanuel Macron)周二在电视讲话中宣布,从周六开始,法国民众将在户外活动中享有更多自由,如果健康状况得到满足,12月15日可能解除全国范围内的冠状病毒禁闭。(新华社/高京)


新华网巴黎11月24日电法国总统埃马纽埃尔·马克龙24日在电视讲话中宣布,自24日起,法国民众将在户外活动中享有更多自由,如果健康状况符合要求,将于12月15日解除全国范围内的冠状病毒禁闭。


“新的一页将在11月28日星期六打开,”马克龙说。从周六开始,户外运动将被允许每天进行3个小时,人们可以到离家20公里的地方。目前,人们只能外出锻炼1小时,半径为1公里。


马克龙说,从周六开始,非必需品商店也将被允许在严格的健康条件下重新营业到晚上9点。


他说,如果目前的限制措施达到了目标,12月15日全国范围内的冠状病毒禁闭将进一步解除,电影院、剧院和博物馆将在严格的卫生规定下重新开放。


据总统报道,尽管法国可能在12月15日解除全国范围内的冠状病毒封锁,但全国将从晚上9点到早上7点实行宵禁。他还说,餐馆和体育馆将于1月20日重新开放。


马克龙说:“我们必须继续努力。”他敦促人们尽可能地限制“不必要的旅行”。


自去年9月以来,法国的冠状病毒感染人数急剧上升,远远高于第一波疫情的水平,并在10月30日将该国拖入第二次全国封锁。


法国在24小时内报告了9,155例新感染病例,使总病例数达到2,153,815例。新死亡人数为458人,自大流行开始以来累计死亡人数达到50,237人。


在全世界努力遏制疫情的同时,包括法国、中国、俄罗斯、英国和美国在内的国家正在竞相寻找疫苗。


据世界卫生组织网站统计,截至11月12日,全球共开发了212种COVID-19候选疫苗,其中48种正在进行临床试验。

 

A man wearing a face mask walks past a bookshop in Paris, France, Nov. 25, 2020. French people will enjoy more freedom in outdoor exercises starting Saturday, and the nationwide coronavirus lockdown could be lifted on Dec. 15 if health conditions are met, President Emmanuel Macron announced Tuesday in a TV address. (Xinhua/Gao Jing)

PARIS, Nov. 24 (Xinhua) -- French people will enjoy more freedom in outdoor exercises starting Saturday, and the nationwide coronavirus lockdown could be lifted on Dec. 15 if health conditions are met, President Emmanuel Macron announced Tuesday in a TV address.

"A new page will open on Saturday, Nov. 28," said Macron. Starting Saturday, outdoor exercises will be allowed for up to three hours a day, and people can go up to 20 km from their homes. Currently, people can only go out for exercise for one hour and in a radius of one km.

Starting Saturday, non-essential shops will also be allowed to reopen until 9 p.m. and under strict health conditions, Macron said.

If the objectives of current restrictive measures are reached, the nationwide coronavirus lockdown will be further lifted on Dec. 15, with cinemas, theaters and museums allowed to reopen under strict health protocols, he said.

While France could lift the nationwide coronavirus lockdown on Dec. 15, a 9 p.m. to 7 a.m. curfew will apply to the whole country, said the president. Restaurants and sports halls will be able to reopen on Jan. 20, he added.

"We must continue our efforts," Macron said, urging people to limit "unnecessary travel" as much as possible.

Since September, coronavirus infections in France had spiraled to levels much higher than in the first wave of the pandemic, dragging the country into its second nationwide lockdown on Oct. 30.

France reported 9,155 new infections in a 24-hour span, taking the total number of cases to 2,153,815. With 458 new deaths, the accumulative fatalities reached 50,237 since the start of the pandemic.

As the world is struggling to contain the pandemic, countries including France, China, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States are racing to find a vaccine.

According to the website of the World Health Organization, as of Nov. 12, there were 212 COVID-19 candidate vaccines being developed worldwide, and 48 of them were in clinical trials.

 

来自: xinhua