A security guard attacked by two customers who did not want to wear a mask in Nantes

Nantes: A Security Guard Attacked by Two Customers who Did Not Want to Wear a Mask

Two young men were taken into custody on Monday afternoon in Nantes The attack took place at the entrance of a clothing store on rue du Calvaire in Nantes. On Monday afternoon, a security guard was injured in the skull by two customers he had just asked to wear a mask to enter the store. One of the two […]

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Fabio Quartararo on the top step of the podium for the first time in his young career, on July 19, 2020, after his victory in the Spanish Grand Prix at the Jerez circuit.

MotoGP: Fabio Quartararo Wins the First French Victory Since 1999

Fabio Quartararo won the MotoGP Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday 19th July. The first French victory since Régis Laconi in 1999. Fabio Quartararo has just become a legend. By winning the MotoGP Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday 19th July, he scored his first success in the premier class and the first victory for a French rider for […]

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Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes during qualifying for the Hungarian GP on July 18, 2020 near Budapest.

F1: Lewis Hamilton Takes Pole Position at the Hungarian Grand Prix

Briton Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) took pole position at the Hungarian GP on Saturday 18th July. He will start in front of his teammate, Valtteri Bottas. Briton Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) took pole position at the Hungarian Grand Prix on Saturday, his second in a row and the second in three races since the start of the F1 season. At the Hungaroring […]

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France does not rule out closing borders with Spain because of Coronavirus

Coronavirus: France Does Not Rule Out Closing Borders With Spain

Asked about the resumption of the coronavirus epidemic in Catalonia, Prime Minister Jean Castex said he was monitoring “very closely” the situation of the Spanish neighbour. The French Prime Minister Jean Castex has not ruled out new closing of borders with Spain. On a  visit to his town of Prades, in the border department of Pyrenees-Orientales (southwest), Saturday […]

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Wearing of a mask is compusory in Mayenne against coronavirus

Coronavirus in Mayenne: Wearing a Mask in Closed Public Places Extended to the Entire Department

EPIDEMIC: The Mayenne department is concerned after a sharp spread of the coronavirus  The compulsory wearing of a mask in closed places open to the public, imposed since Thursday in Laval and in five peripheral municipalities, has been extended since Friday evening to the entire department of Mayenne, we learned from the prefecture. A decision taken “after […]

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Fire in progress at Saint-Pierre cathedral in Nantes, sixty firefighters on site

Nantes: Fire in Progress at Saint-Pierre Cathedral, Sixty Firefighters on Site

The fire at the Cathedral in Nantes started very early this Saturday morning Very early this Saturday morning, a fire broke out in the Saint-Pierre cathedral in Nantes. About sixty firefighters were called to contain the incident. At around 8 a.m., the flames were no longer visible, but thick black smoke was emerging from the building under the […]

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In Brittany, an employee dismissed for removing mask

Coronavirus in Brittany: An Employee Dismissed for Having Removed his Mask at Work

CORONAVIRUS EPIDEMIC: Man explained he removed mask as he was suffering from respiratory problems, former employer defends himself He had been working as a forklift operator for around twenty years in a window-fitting company based in Briec, near Quimper (Finistère). On May 28, he took off his mask while at work. His management saw him and fired him, reports Le Télégramme . The employee and […]

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Masks, Screening and limits of students in university

Wearing a Mask, Screening: Universities are Preparing for the Start of the New School Year in September

The High Council of Public Health has delivered its recommendations for the reopening of universities in France in September 2020. Closed since last March because of the coronavirus epidemic, universities should reopen next September, but not without some precautions. This is the message from the High Council for Public Health (HCSP) which published on Wednesday 15th July 2020  its new doctrine on the subject. It […]

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Wearing a mask is now compulsory in enclosed public places in six municipalities in Mayenne.

Mayenne: Wearing a Mandatory Mask in Six Municipalities

The prefecture of Mayenne has just issued a decree requiring the wearing of masks in enclosed public places in six municipalities. New decision to try to reduce the circulation of the coronavirus in Mayenne, the prefecture took a decree making compulsory the wearing of the mask in closed public places, that is establishments receiving the public, of six communes. These […]

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The summer sales begin in a completely new context in France on July 15, 2020.

Coronavirus: The Summer Sales Begin Today, in a Completely New Context

DISCOUNT: After more than two months of store closures due to the confinement decided to contain the Covid-19 pandemic, stocks are at a “particularly high level” They are far from the images of people rushing into stores when they open to grab the best deals. The summer sales, which begin this Wednesday and end on August 11, […]

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