France closes the nightclubs and prohibits dancing in bars and restaurants for four weeks

Dancing in bars and restaurants will be banned in France from next Friday until January 6. A period during which, in addition, the nightclubs will remain clos

France closes the nightclubs and prohibits dancing in bars and restaurants for four weeks

Dancing in bars and restaurants will be banned in France from next Friday until January 6. A period during which, in addition, the nightclubs will remain closed as part of the new anticovid measures decreed by the Government and disclosed this Wednesday.

The discos "will not be able to welcome public until January 6" from Friday at 05h00 GMT, according to this decree, which adds that "this prohibition is applicable to the same date on dances" in bars and restaurants.

A study published in November by the Medical Journal The Lancet determined that the nightclubs are "places of high risk of transmission" since it is closed spaces and bad ventilation, where the coronavirus can remain more easily suspended in the air.

The nightclubs in France reopened on July 9 for clients with a sanitary passport after staying closed 16 months. The owners were compensated and will be again for the losses during the coming weeks, the government has said, but these entrepreneurs protest for the new closure.

The Prime Minister, Jean Castex, indicated that the use of mask, mandatory at all closed sites in France, is "extremely difficult (to enforce) in these establishments."

Date Of Update: 08 December 2021, 13:48

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