France warns its citizens: Corona did not go on vacation

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French Prime Minister Jean-Castex warned the French on Monday, calling for the greatest vigilance possible in the face of Covid-19 disease, which began to show signs of return, saying that the Coronavirus "did not go on vacation".

France has recorded 3376 new cases of coronavirus in the past three days, while the number of people undergoing treatment in high-rise care units has returned, according to "Sky News".
The average number of injuries remained above one thousand for the fifth consecutive day, the highest rate since the two-month general isolation. So far
, the total number of cases in France has reached 191295, while the deaths reached 30,294
. Castex told reporters in the northern city of Lille, where the masking of masks became mandatory in many areas of walking and hiking.
"The virus did not go on vacation nor do we," he said, adding that it was important for France to avoid imposing public isolation measures again at the country level.
Also, the southern city of Nice decided on Monday to make the masking mandatory in many regions, including parts of the tourist area (Promenade des Anglais).
Recorded France 's seventh-highest mortality rate in the world due to infection Kovid -19.