“above all, avoid general re-containment”


“We now know what it produces: such a measure breaks the progression of the epidemic, of course, but at the economic and social level, it is catastrophic, including for the psychological health of some of our fellow citizens”, insisted the head of government,

“The priority is still prevention,” insists Jean Castex, denying that this term of re-containment is “a taboo word” and reassuring about the spread of the virus. “Even if the number of cases is on the rise, positive tests remain at low averages compared to the countries around us. And hospitalizations remain at a controlled level”, he insists in this interview with Nice Matin during a trip to the city focused on the theme of insecurity. If there is to be re-containment, “it may be very localized re-containment”, concedes Mr. Castex: “We will adapt”.

“To fight against this pandemic, there are simple things to do and not to do, called barrier gestures, until the day a vaccine is found”, concludes the Prime Minister.

(with AFP)

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