French President Emmanuel Macron will reimpose a nationwide lock down starting this weekend closing the borders and Universities to curb protests against the regime.

In a speech Wednesday, Macron explained that universities will be required to transfer to online teaching and that traveling between regions will be prohibited.

In addition, residents will be expected to work from home, and the external borders of the Schengen Area remain closed.

In 24 hours Tuesday, health officials say there were more than 500 virus-related deaths, the highest daily figure since April, France 24 reported.

According to Macron, the measures are expected to remain in place until December 1. If the situation improves in 15 days, the country will reconsider opening some shops.

In general, however, the measures are expected to remain in effect until new daily infections fall from the current 40,000 per day to about 5,000 per day.

This is France’s second nation-wide lock down. The first lock down was imposed on March 17. Restrictions during the first lock down lasted until May, BBC reported.

The latest data by Worldometer stipulates that there have been more than 1.2 million cases of the virus in France and more than 35,000 deaths as a result of the side effects.

The second wave of the pandemic in France will be more severe and deadly than the first” Impressive how good they are about predicting things, a little bit suspicious right?

Stand on your feet and defy it as Italians are doing and fight for your freedom, or go down on your knees and wait for the poisonous vaccine!

Doing this for a different version of flu, which is no more lethal then the original and will NEVER be eliminated. There must be some other goal behind this charade. The Nation wide uprising needs to stop.

Sputnik / ABC Flash Point News 2020.

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28-10-20 22:01

This way the regime can block the ongoing protests against the fabricated measures based on wild assumptions?