What happened was dealt with by a government spokesperson who asked the police to find out about the organizers.

Coronavirus – second year

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The attorney general said on Tuesday that the Paris attorney general’s office has begun proceedings regarding a spontaneous party at the Botis-Chaumont park, as participants failed to comply with sanitary safety regulations due to the coronavirus pandemic.

According to videos posted on social media, young people taking separate strolls in the park began dancing together on Sunday afternoon after the music started to sound from loud speakers. The majority of hundreds of youths did not wear a mask and did not observe the established protection distance.

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a BFM Rumor has it that a group of friends in the park celebrated their birthday while listening to music, and when someone from the company chose the speaker, the music attracted others as well. The footage shows that there were police officers nearby as well, but they only started to disperse people due to the start of the night curfew at 7 pm.

At the initiative of the Governor of Paris, Didier Lalment, the prosecution began proceedings on suspicion of endangering the lives of others and participating in an outdoor gathering of more than six people, which could result in a fine of 135 euros. What happened is also the government spokesman Gabriel Atal, who described the spontaneous party as “unacceptable.” Atal asked the police to “find the organizers” to respond to justice.

One day after primary school students were able to return to school, the government has been very cautious about easing restrictions due to improved but still high rates of the epidemic. Starting next Monday, high school and high school students will be able to continue their education in personal attendance, and restrictions imposed that the French will only be able to move freely within ten kilometers from their place of residence will be lifted. However, the additional schedule for mitigation remains unknown. The government had previously promised to open restaurant terraces and museums, as well as non-primary care stores, in mid-May.

In the fall, the government set the daily number of cases after which restrictions could be eased at 5,000, but currently nearly 30,000 new nights still open daily. Incidentally, a 20 million dose of the vaccine was given in France on Tuesday. 25 percent of the adult population received the first dose of the vaccine, while 11 percent received both.

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