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Is Christmas saved? Europe eyes easing of Covid restrictions

By France24
28 November 2020   |   12:01 pm
Can Christmas be saved? Four weeks after France returned to lockdown, confinement is now starting to pay dividends with a decreasing Covid-19 infection rate. With the country due to ease restrictions, how to gradually deconfine while bearing in mind that winter is not summer and that a vaccine won't come to the rescue during the months when Europe migrates indoors? How radical should we be?

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