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10:22 a.m. Montrouge opens a Covid-19 screening center. The place was set up in a wing of the municipal health center. Patients must have a prescription to get there. To read here.
10:20 a.m. China promises a “counterattack” after Trump’s announcements. China promises to respond to the United States on Monday after announcements by US President Donald Trump, which wants to limit the entry of Chinese nationals into its territory and impose trade sanctions on Hong Kong. “Any statement or action that harms China’s interests will be met with a firm counterattack,” Zhao Lijian, spokesman for the Chinese foreign ministry, told reporters.
10:10 a.m. Cancellation of the Japanese motorcycle GP. The Japan Motorcycle Grand Prix to be held in October has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, the International Motorcycling Federation announced on Monday.
10:05 a.m. 200 British leaders are asking for green stimulus packages. More than 200 business leaders sign an open letter to the UK government calling on them to put the fight against climate change at the heart of measures to help the economy recover after the coronavirus pandemic.
9:54 a.m. Dati is alarmed by the terraces of the extensive restaurants. The LR candidate for mayor of Paris Rachida Dati predicts “tensions” with residents and pedestrians, due to the extension of the terraces of bars and restaurants from Tuesday during the second stage of deconfinement. “We are going to deconfine the terraces but there was no anticipation. It was not concerted with the cafetiers, and even less with the residents ”, points to Europe 1 the current mayor of the 7th arrondissement, criticizing outgoing mayor Anne Hidalgo (PS).
Rachida Dati continues: “Those who do not have a terrace will get on the sidewalks, even on the roadways, or the parking spaces” and “it will generate tensions between customers and residents, and also with pedestrians “
9:38 a.m. The compensation for partial unemployment changes on Monday. As of this Monday, the government will only cover 85% of partial unemployment paid to employees (except in certain sectors such as catering). The remaining 15% is borne by companies.
9:28 a.m. Canayer, Laurey, Urios… how the coaches of football clubs lived their confinement. Five coaches from elite group sports clubs discuss their confinement and what has changed for them as they prepare to meet their players to prepare for future competitions. Our subject to read here.
9:25 a.m. The Paris Bourse opens on a rebound of 1.73%. The Paris Bourse begins the first session in June with a clear rebound at the opening, relieved by the moderation of Donald Trump in his response to China about Hong Kong.
9:23 a.m. An SME creates a tissue that destroys viruses in a minute. In Caluire-et-Cuire, the company Trajet has developed a technology based on photocatalysis which is already developing in public transport. Read here.
9.20am. The Polynesian economy threatened by the collapse of tourism. After more than two months of stopping international air rotations, the Polynesian government is seeking to revive tourism as quickly as possible, whose stopping threatens the entire local economy.
9:12 a.m. “It is estimated that 4.5 million French people have been infected,” says Arnaud Fontanet. The professor specifies that “the coronavirus epidemic is significantly decreasing in France”.
9:05 a.m. A hundred clusters identified since May 11. Asked this Monday morning on BFMTV, the epidemiologist of the Pasteur Institute Arnaud Fontanet explains that “the virus is still there, we have identified a hundred clusters since May 11”.
8:55 a.m. “The coronavirus creates food insecurity, including in France”. Nicolas Bricas, researcher at the Center for International Cooperation in Agronomic Research for Development (CIRAD), explains the links between the Covid-19 epidemic and food for the most vulnerable populations. Read here.
8:34 a.m. The automotive market plunged 50.34% in May. The French car market plunged again in May, by 50.34%, under the effect of containment measures, however manufacturers discern the first signs of recovery, according to data published on Monday.
8:27 a.m. With the Covid-19, foreign pickers were missing in the strawberry fields. The global pandemic has made our agriculture cough, where foreign seasonal workers have been lacking, as in Monteux, in the Vaucluse, where strawberries are picked by hand. Read here.
8:22 a.m. Over a million cases in Latin America and the Caribbean. Since the start of the epidemic, a total of 1,016,828 cases of Covid-19 have been officially recorded in Latin America and the Caribbean, including 514,849 in Brazil, by far the country in the region most affected by the disease.
8:15 a.m. Aéroports de Paris: innovations to combat the Covid-19. Purified air, voice commands for travelers, better disinfected spaces … Roissy and Orly will increase the number of installations to protect travelers from the virus. Read here.
8:10 a.m. Moscow begins deconfinement despite the always numerous cases. The Russian capital begins on Monday a new stage of its deconfinement, allowing non-food businesses to reopen and residents to wander despite a number of new daily cases started to rise last week.
7.59 a.m. Schools reopen in the UK under fire from critics. British schools, closed since mid-March to curb the spread of the new coronavirus, begin Monday to reopen, a key step but also highly criticized for the deconfinement wanted by the authorities, deemed premature by the teachers’ unions and local authorities.
The United Kingdom, with more than 38,000 deaths tested positive, is the second country most bereaved by the pandemic after the United States and even, according to several comparative studies, the first in terms of excess mortality compared to the population.
7.52 a.m. Aged 28 to 50, confinement pushed them to change their lives. The coronavirus crisis and containment have sparked off a search for meaning in a large part of society. Some, like Léo, Baptistine and Jacques, have already embarked, each in their own way, on a new life. Their story to read here.
7.45 a.m. Schools will reopen in North Korea. North Korea will reopen its schools two months after closing them as a precaution.
Pyongyang has not reported any cases of Covid-19, a version that experts doubt even as the virus born in neighboring China has spread to all continents. North Korea, however, has taken drastic measures, closing its borders and imposing confinement on thousands of people.
7:35 a.m. “I miss a restaurant so much”: customers are waiting for the reopening. Customers of Lyon traffic jams, like Stéphane and Catherine who have already made a reservation, are eager to find their way to restaurants this Tuesday. Our subject to read here.
Paris: “Restaurants can occupy public space”, announces Hidalgo
7.20am. The United States the most mourning country in the world. The United States is the most affected country in terms of number of deaths and cases, with 104,356 deaths for 1,788,762 cases. This is followed by the United Kingdom with 38,489 deaths, Italy (3,415), Brazil (29,314) and France (28,802).
7.15 a.m. 370,261 deaths worldwide. The Covid-19 pandemic has killed at least 370,261 people worldwide since its onset in December in China.
More than 6,113,340 cases of infection have been diagnosed in 196 countries and territories.
7:10 a.m. Objective survival for bars and restaurants which reopen on June 2. This Tuesday, June 2, is D-Day. After more than two and a half months of closure, restaurants, bistros or bars will once again be able to welcome customers. But the recovery promises to be long and difficult. Read here.
6:59 a.m. The ECB is ready to strengthen its anti-crisis arsenal. The European Central Bank could strengthen its emergency program on Thursday to limit the economic impact of the new coronavirus pandemic, as European governments try to stop a joint budgetary response.
The time has come to act again, analysts say, for whom the most obvious way is to inflate the ECB’s Emergency Program (PEPP) in the face of the pandemic, already providing for 750 billion euros in buyouts debt by the end of the year.
6:40 a.m. 598 new deaths in the United States. The new coronavirus has killed 598 new people in 24 hours in the United States, bringing the death toll of the pandemic in the country to 104,356.
6:30 am. Nearly 30,000 deaths in Brazil and clashes. In Brazil, by far the most affected Latin American country with more than 500,000 cases and nearly 30,000 deaths, the Covid-19 epidemic is accompanied by a rise in political tensions over how to get there. to face.
Clashes are recorded in Sao Paulo between supporters and opponents of President Jair Bolsonaro. The far right head of state minimizes the gravity of the epidemic and opposes the containment measures ordered by the various local authorities.
6:20 a.m. 31 additional deaths in the last 24 hours in France. 18,475 people have died in hospitals since the start of the epidemic according to the Directorate General of Health (DGS). The data on deaths in social and medico-social establishments will be updated on Tuesday 2 June.
In total, at least 28,802 people died in the country.
6:10 a.m. 1,319 patients hospitalized in intensive care. 18 new serious cases have been admitted in the last 24 hours. The balance remains negative, with 6 fewer patients compared to yesterday.
Since the start of the epidemic, 101,657 people have been hospitalized, including 17,951 in intensive care.
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