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Le président Emmanuel Macron doit aborder la situation du Covid-19 en France lors d'une apparition en direct à la télévision nationale française mercredi, au milieu des préoccupations accrues face à l'aggravation de la deuxième vague. </p><div> <p>Les chaînes de télévision TF1 et France 2 ont déclaré que l'interview «portera notamment sur la situation sanitaire et économique du pays, alors que la France fait face à une recrudescence de l'épidémie».
Macron’s televised appearance will come on a day when the government may announce a series of new measures in the face of the increase in Covid-19 cases and the increase in the number of patients in intensive care.
Last weekend, four French cities – Lille, Lyon, Grenoble and Saint-Étienne – were placed on high alert following Paris and other metropolises where bars were closed and restaurants are forced to take measures to additional security to contain the epidemic.
There are also limits on public gatherings.
# COVID-19[FEMALE[FEMININE | In the metropolitan areas of Lille, Grenoble, Lyon and Saint-Étienne, the thresholds leading to passage into the maximum alert zone have been exceeded.
Measures to reduce the circulation of the virus corresponding to the maximum alert zones will be triggered on Saturday morning. pic.twitter.com/3DRSam4ExB
– Olivier Véran (@olivierveran) October 8, 2020
According to the Minister of Health Olivier Véran, the latest data showed that 116 people per 100,000 have been infected with the coronavirus in France, and all the 10 infected people infect 11 or 12 in turn.
French Prime Minister Jean Castex warned Monday that the country is “in a strong second wave” of the epidemic and “there can be no further relaxation”.
Speaking on French television last week, Macron said the virus had spread faster in recent weeks.
“In places where it is spreading too quickly, especially where it is spreading among the elderly most at risk, and where there are more and more intensive care beds occupied, we need to make more restrictions. “, He declared on French television.
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