France shuts nightclubs to curb spread of Omicron COVID-19 infections - ednews.net

24 January, Monday

France shuts nightclubs to curb spread of Omicron COVID-19 infections

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New measures have been announced by the French government as countries across Europe battle the spread of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus. 
 
There were no major moves such as a new lockdown or curfew but nightclubs will be shut from December 10 for a month. 
 
Prime Minister Jean Castex said the cabinet had managed to rule out tougher restrictions such as regional shutdowns or a national curfew because of the success of the vaccination campaign so far. 
 
But Castex said the school alert level was being raised to 3 (level 4 is the highest). 
 
This means all children must wear face masks at all times inside and outside and there is a new clampdown on trying to avoid pupils mixing between classes and at mealtimes.

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