While several areas in France are facing tightening of restrictions, such as in the Alpes-Maritimes and Dunkirk, Marc Le Fur, deputy for Côtes-d’Armor, calls for a reduction in the measures. In a letter addressed to Prime Minister Jean Castex, relayed by France Bleu Armorique, Marc Le Fur, who is worried “for the morale of the French”, wants the curfew to be delayed.
The status quo is not tenable, so are the morale and psychological health of the French
Fixed at 6 p.m. for several weeks, this curfew would be difficult to live with, according to the deputy, with the lengthening of the days. “At this time of day, the French could take the air or play sports; which would be of moral benefit to them and which could even help to boost their immunity. In these circumstances, the status quo is not tenable, the morale and psychological health of the French are at stake, ”wrote Marc Le Fur in his letter to the head of government.
Another reason why Marc Le Fur wants the curfew to be adapted to the lengthening of the days is the concentration of the public in the shops at lunchtime or at the end of the afternoon. “The barrier gestures are then hardly respected,” said the deputy.
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