France to add new airport measures as Covid-19 fears grow

The French government is considering further measures to combat the spread of Covid-19

France saw an increase of 1,130 new cases of Coronavirus between Thursday and Friday, adding to fears of a ‘second wave’

Since mid-July, fears of a rebound in the coronavirus epidemic have been growing. France’s health minister Olivier Véran said Monday, July 20, that he was concerned about a resurgence of the virus in certain areas. 

“There is a pattern of circulation of the virus that worries us,” he told French public radio station France Info. He added that we are still far from a second wave. 

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