France’s PM announces two-week extension of nationwide lockdown, until April 15. | SMN News

 PARIS:— Prime Minister Edouard Philippe announced Friday the renewal of confinement in France for two weeks from Tuesday, March 31st.

It was expected that the confinement would have been extended to April 15, it could be further extended a third time, said Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, Friday afternoon.

“With the agreement of the President of the Republic, I am announcing today the renewal of the confinement period for two additional weeks starting next Tuesday, that is until Wednesday, April 15” under the same conditions, he declared, after a Council of Ministers. “This period could obviously be extended if the health situation

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