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PARIS – In December 2018, a handful of “yellow vests” demonstrators marched 482 miles from Lozère, a district in southern France, to the Presidential Palace in Paris. They gathered the grievances of people encountered along the way: people who felt isolated, forgotten by the government, socially and economically disconnected from the French capital.

Now, in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, isolation has become a means of survival and the inhabitants of Lozère have found themselves in an advantageous position. As of Friday, only 20 people had been infected with coronavirus in the district and only two of them were hospitalized. Lozère is the only district in mainland France to have only one death from coronavirus.

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