The Council of State observes in particular that “many parishes have adapted their schedules”, with ceremonies which take place earlier in the afternoon, and that the conference of bishops of France has “proposed liturgical arrangements to celebrate the Easter vigil of April 3, taking into account the restrictions linked to the curfew “.
A decision justified by “the current deterioration of the situation”
In addition, he recalls that “the circulation of the virus on the metropolitan territory has increased in recent weeks” and considers that “in view of the current deterioration of the situation, the maintenance of a travel ban, between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m., is justified “.
Monday 4,974 Covid-19 patients were in an intensive care unit in France, thus exceeding the peak observed during the second wave of the epidemic in the fall. In 24 hours, 362 Covid patients died in hospital, according to figures from the French public health agency.
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