In addition to the paper certificate, a digital version will be available from 8 a.m. this morning on the website of the Ministry of the Interior. - Louise MERESSE / SIPA
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- The pandemic has killed at least 68,125 people worldwide since its appearance in December in China, for nearly 1,245,000 cases identified, according to a report prepared by Agence France Presse on April 5.
- Prime Minister Boris Johnson was hospitalized in London on Sunday evening as a "precautionary measure", ten days after being tested positive for Covid-19.
- In France, the derogatory travel certificate will be available this morning at 8 am in digital version.
- The balance sheet of the epidemic now exceeds 8,000 deaths in France and, if the rate of deaths and hospitalizations in intensive care seems to slow, vigilance remains essential on the respect of confinement.
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7:36 am: The certificate of derogatory trips arrives (finally) on our phones
After weeks of waiting and questioning, the Interior Ministry will put a link on its site online at 8 a.m. to directly generate on its mobile phone a downloadable form in PDF format in order to present it to the forces of order through a QR code.
🔴🇫🇷 #CORONAVIRUS | From April 6, the derogatory travel certificate may be generated in digital format.
ℹ️ This format is intended to facilitate the use of the certificate. It does not call into question the very strict respect of confinement. pic.twitter.com/laAE3F2BjB
Minister Christophe Castaner clarified that this new device will protect against the risk of fraud: “You will have to specify your exit time, but the time at which you edited the document will be accessible to the police. This will prevent people from completing the certificate only at the sight of a police check. And thanks to the QR code, the police and gendarmes will not need to pick up the phone, they will just have to scan the screen. ”
Hello masked France! To comfortably investigate this 21st day of confinement, join us on the 20 Minutes live. It’s Hélène Sergent at the helm, joined by the talented Lucie Bras from 9am! And because we have to give ourselves courage, we might as well do it in music with this video tribute to Bill Withers, who left us last Friday and resounded in our ears throughout this sunny weekend.
And if you want to find all the information from yesterday, here is the Sunday live
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