Restrictions are getting tighter with physical activity now limited to one hour a day staying within 1 km of your home, but you can do so with other members of your household which makes things easier. We have devised a one-hour circuit that I would say we’ll soon know by heart! A total of 37 cases in our area and no deaths.
Australia is now in lockdown but with slightly different rules. The idea is now to bend the curve rather than flatten it. No travel into or out of Australia for six months it would seem and people have to keep within their own state.
On vient de durcir les règles avec l’activité physique limitée à une heure par jour, à moins de 1 km de chez soi, mais avec les personnes regroupées dans le même domicile ce qui rend la vie plus facile. Nous avons trouvé un circuit d’une heure que nous allons bientôt connaître par cœur! Le total pour le Loir-et-Cher est 37 et aucun décès.
L’Australie a adopté le confinement mais les règles sont un peu différentes. L’idée est de fléchir la courbe plutôt que de l’aplatir. On ne pourra ni quitter ni entrer en Australie pendant six mois apparemment et il faut rester dans le même état sauf exception.
Today, it was announced that physical activity outside the home will now be limited to a radius of 1 km and one hour and you must note the time of departure on your declaration before you leave. Outdoor markets are banned until the mayor requests a special dispensation.
At least we have spring to compensate!
The number of cases in our area today was 33, 5 more than yesterday. No deaths here but 5 French doctors have died from covid 19 since yesterday.
In our neck of the woods, there have been very few cases of covid 19 but the people in our street, like this father and daughter, are respecting all the rules of lockdown. In many larger towns, a curfew has been imposed from 10 pm to 5 am while all of France’s beaches, hiking trails and forest roads are closed to the public in an endeavour to get people to avoid places that tend to get crowded.
A total of 28 cases have been declared in our administrative district (Loire et Cher). The first was declared on 10th March in a school at Pontlevoy. There have been no deaths so far.