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The lighter side of confinement in France...

A couple of items caught our eye today among the many positive, funny and downright daft stuff online as people keep up their spirits despite France’s Covid-19 confinement…

The first is courtesy of a brasserie manager from the Côtes d'Armor in Brittany… the second is from French quadruple-amputee athlete Philippe Croizon, who shows how not to take yourself too seriously despite these trying times…

Some social media posts urge us earnestly to make the most of the confinement period to sort out our paperwork, spring-clean, get fit or discover inner peace… Julien Julien Daunat has a suggestion for the rest of us…

Meanwhile Mr Croizon tried to demonstrate the right way to wash your hands…

And as a bonus, here he explains how to avoid being selfish at the supermarket….

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