France's Macron set for Covid test in Sunday's local elections

France held the first round of voting three months ago as coronavirus took hold - a decision President Emmanuel Macron was widely criticised for.

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The crabs on Anne-Marie Darchen's fish stall move lazily across the white counter. The morning rush has died down in Le Havre's daily fish market, and a good number of those left milling around in the sun near the port are canvassing votes for Sunday's local election, reports the BBC.