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Special programme: Confinement, France’s new normal

By France24
05 April 2020   |   3:17 pm
This week we're turning our attention to the Covid-19 pandemic and the lockdown which has been in place in France since March 17. This has resulted in a totally new way of life for many of us, as well as a certain amount of frustration and worry. We see how people across France have adapted to this new reality.

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