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France to close discos for four weeks ahead of year-end



© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A view shows stacked chairs inside a closed restaurant in Paris as the French government keeps bars and restaurants closed as part of COVID-19 restrictions measures to fight the coronavirus disease outbreak in France, January 5, 2021. REUTERS/

PARIS (Reuters) – French Prime Minister Jean Castex said the government will order the closure of discos in the next four weeks in order reduce the circulation of the COVID-19 virus ahead of year-end festivities.

He also asked citizens to limit professional and personal parties ahead of year-end, but specified that there is no need for now to impose new lockdown measures or curfews.

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