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France will limit the movement of people in the country

France will limit the movement of people in the country

France will impose restrictions on the movement of people across the country for a period of two weeks due to the spread of coronavirus, said the President of Emmanuel macron. Also borders of the Schengen area are closed to entry for a period of 30 days.
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France will impose restrictions on the movement of people across the country for a period of two weeks due to the spread of coronavirus, said the President of Emmanuel macron.
The measure will take effect from noon on March 17.

The President urged the French to make only the most necessary travel, such as hike for groceries or the pharmacy.Organizations are also required to organize remote work for their employees. "Any violation will be punished," said macron.

The external borders of the European Union and the Schengen zone will be closed starting Tuesday 17 March. All travel is between non-European countries and the European Union will be suspended for 30 days.
In addition, the country has suspended implementation of all the reforms, including the pension, postponed the second round of municipal elections.

Macron also announced the introduction of a number of economic measures to support citizens in the conditions of unstable economic situation. In particular, in France will be taken exceptional measures deferral of tax and social payments, it is also possible to defer payments for rent, gas and electricity.
"We are at war" — summed up the Makron in the appeal to the people. He noted that the details of the restrictions will be explained after his speech.

Last week, the macron instructed to close all educational institutions from the coronavirus since March 16. According to him, only under the restriction will be 62 thousand establishments, including nurseries, schools, colleges, lyceums and universities.
After that, in France, closed restaurants, cafes, cinemas, night clubs, shopping malls.