Police at the scene of a knife attack in the center of Romans-sur-Isère, April 4, 2020.

Two Dead and Five Injured in a Knife Attack in Romans-sur-Isère: What We Know

This Saturday 4th April 2020, a man attacked passers-by with a knife in a street in Romans-sur-Isère, in the Drôme. The alleged perpetrator was arrested. A man killed two people and injured five others in a knife attack perpetrated on Saturday morning in the centre of Romans-sur-Isère (Drôme), in the midst of confinement linked to the Coronavirus Covid-19 epidemic. Arrested […]

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Numerous controls are carried out on Friday, April 3, 2020 on the main roads of Paris, to enforce confinement and prevent departures on vacation.

Confinement and Departure on Vacation: Police Checks and Roadblocks on the Paris Ring Road

The school holidays begin Friday 3rd April 2020 but with confinement, the Paris police have implemented checks and roadblocks to avoid residents from leaving their homes. Overshadowed by his polemical remarks making the link between non-compliance with confinement and hospitalisation in intensive care, the promise of the severity of the Paris police prefect, Didier Lallement, is at work Friday, April […]

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Tens of thousands of masks have been seized by the police since March 17, 2020. On Thursday April 2, a first conviction was pronounced.

Coronavirus in Paris: First Sentence to Prison for Illegal Sale of Masks

Masks, a rare commodity in the midst of a coronavirus epidemic, arouse lust: for the first time, Thursday 12th April, a man was sentenced for the illegal resale in Paris. It is the first, it is not the last: Thursday 2nd April 2020 in Paris, a man was sentenced to one year in prison for the illegal […]

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A line of ambulances leave Saint-Brieuc station on April 1, 2020 with patients who have just arrived from Paris.

Coronavirus Covid-19: 36 Serious Cases from Paris Arrived in Brittany by Medical TGV

Two medical TGVs from Paris arrived in Brittany, carrying 36 serious cases of Coronavirus Covid-19. The goal is to unclog hospitals in Île-de-France. Two medical TGVs evacuated Wednesday 1st April 2020 from Paris to Brittany 36 patients with coronavirus in intensive care, found journalists from AFP, the first major operation of this kind from Ile-de-France, now the region most affected by the epidemic. Les […]

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The Celebrity Apex liner, in the port of Saint-Nazaire.

Celebrity Apex in Saint-Nazaire: 22 New Cases of Covid-19, One Person Hospitalised

A person who suffered from respiratory distress was hospitalised at Saint-Nazaire hospital, announced the prefect of Loire-Atlantique this Friday 27th March 2020. The American shipowner Celebrity Cruises has officially owned the Celebrity Apex since Friday 27th March 2020. But the ship built at the Chantiers de l’Atlantique should not leave Saint-Nazaire immediately because of the spread of the coronavirus epidemic […]

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After the five cases found last week in Penvénan (Côtes-d'Armor), two new cases were declared in the town, among residents of the Ehpad this time

Coronavirus in Côtes-d’Armor: Two New Cases Found in Penvénan

After the five cases found last week in Penvénan (Côtes-d’Armor), two new cases were declared in the town, among residents of the Ehpad this time. Two residents of the hospital for dependent elderly people (Ehpad) of Penvénan (Côtes-d’Armor) tested positive for coronavirus, Thursday 26th March 2020. This despite the protective measures implemented since Friday 13th […]

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20 more coronavirus cases confirmed in Finistère

Coronavirus: 191 Cases Detected in Finistère, this Friday 27th March, 20 More than the Day Before

191 people living in Finistère were affected by the coronavirus, according to a census carried out Friday evening March 27th, 2020, by the Regional Health Agency. The day before, there were 171, twenty more cases in one day. Finistère is the 2nd most-affected department in Brittany. Twenty more cases in one day. This is the progression of the coronavirus in […]

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Three more patients have died of Coronavirus at Angers CHU hospital

Coronavirus in Maine-et-Loire: Three More Deaths at Angers University Hospital

EPIDEMIC: Three new patients died on Friday 27th March from Coronavirus Covid-19 at Angers CHU hospital. Three new patients infected with the coronavirus died at the CHU of Angers, said this Friday evening March 27 the Regional Health Agency, bringing to 7 the number of deaths related to this epidemic in this public establishment out […]

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Nantes-Atlantique closes the terminal from Monday, March 30. due to Coronavirus Epidemic

Coronavirus: Commercial Flights Stop at Nantes Airport, the Terminal Closes Monday 30th March

Commercial flights to Nantes-Atlantique are all suspended from Monday 30th March due to the coronavirus epidemic and the containment measures in place. As a result, the airport closes the terminal. A permanence is maintained for special flights (sanitary and freight). The message is displayed in red on the Nantes Airport website: “In view of the suspension of commercial flights from […]

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The polyclinic of Europe says it is ready to support the hospital with Coronavirus

Coronavirus: Saint-Nazaire Clinics Ready to Support the Hospital

The two clinics in Saint-Nazaire (Loire-Atlantique) say they are ready to help the hospital in the midst of a coronavirus epidemic. As the pressure mounts to the hospital of Saint-Nazaire (Loire-Atlantique), both clinical Naval city, the mutual Clinic Estuary and Polyclinic of Europe were keen to know they are ready to back up, faced with the spread of the coronavirus. Additional beds The mutual clinic of the […]

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