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France rolls tighter Covid-19 restrictions and new 'alert' system French health minister Olivier Véran on Wednesday evening presented a revised Covid-19 alert scheme and announced tougher measures in cities across the country, including the early closure of bars and restaurants in Paris.
France bans parties in Paris, other big cities, under tough new anti-Covid rules
France bans parties in Paris, other big cities, under tough new anti-Covid rules Gatherings of more than 10 people will be banned and bars made to close early in Paris and eight other major cities, as France introduces a new alert system to stem an end-of summer surge of coronavirus infections.
Covid-19: France to shut bars and restaurants in hard-hit Marseille
Covid-19: France to shut bars and restaurants in hard-hit Marseille France will order bars and restaurants shut in Marseille and restrict their opening hours in other cities including Paris as part of efforts to stem a continuing rise in the daily number of infections, Health Minister Olivier Véran announced on Wednesday.
EXPLAINED: How does France's new Covid-19 alert system work? France's health minister has unveiled a new alert system and map that sees the areas with the highest level of Covid-19 infections subject to strict new restrictions including the closure of bars.

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