To ban four weeks of curna infection in Paris and other areas October 17 at 1:25 a.m.
In France, where the spread of the new coronavirus is spreading again rapidly, nighttime outings will be banned for at least four weeks, including in the capital, Paris, from 7 a.m. Japan time.
In France, the number of newly confirmed cases of coronavirus is increasing rapidly, with more than 30,000 cases on the 15th, and the burden on medical institutions is increasing.
In response, the French government decided to ban people from going out from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. for at least four weeks in nine areas, particularly in and around Paris, where the infection is particularly severe, and in eastern Lyon.
Only pharmacies can open during off-the-go hours, and you can only go out for work or health reasons, and if you violate it, you will be fined approximately 17,000 yen in Japanese yen.
On the other hand, the French government does not restrict the movement between regions and allows them to go on vacations to match the holiday of the 1st of next month, and the focus is on whether this measure can control the rapid spread of the infection.