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Face masks: France adjusts to a new way of life

By France24
11 May 2020   |   12:23 pm
This week we bring you a show all about face masks as France starts to lift its lockdown. Faced with controversial shortages at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, French authorities initially rejected the notion of a generalised use before finally touting the device as essential, and in some situations compulsory.

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