French government to mandatory wearing outdoor masks throughout Paris

French government to oblige people to wear outdoor masks throughout the Corona Virus Paris August 28 at 7:52 a.m.

The French government has decided to make it mandatory to wear outdoor masks throughout Paris as the spread of the new coronavirus is spreading again.
French Prime Minister Kastex told a press conference today that “it is clear that the infection is spreading again, and now is the time to act boldly” and indicated a policy of requiring outdoor masks to be worn throughout Paris.

Please be required to wear a mask from 8:00 a.m. local time on the 28th.

In some areas of Paris, such as the Champs Elysees, outdoor masks are already required to be worn outdoors, but measures have been strengthened before the summer season is over and many people return to work and school reopens.

In France, the number of people infected per day exceeds 5400 on the 26th, and in the second city, the southern city of Marceille, there is growing alarm about the spread of the infection, with outdoor masks required throughout the city.

European capitals are required to wear masks in London, England, and Berlin, Germany, when using public transport or shops, and in Madrid, Spain, where the number of infected people is severe, outdoor masks are already required.