Curfew ‘not enough’ to slow down virus, says French government

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A spokesperson said the government was considering “different scenarios” ranging from the “unlikely” option of maintaining the current curfew, to a “very tight lockdown”.

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Government spokesperson Gabriel Attal said on Wednesday that the current national 6 p.m. curfew in France is insufficient to slow the current spread of COVID-19, indicating that further restrictions could be on the horizon, reports Politico.