At the Saint-François-Xavier church in Paris during confinement. (archives) - LUDOVIC MARIN / AFP
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- 28,167 people died in France from the Covid-19 and nearly 180,000 people tested positive. The decline in intensive care hospitalizations continues: 1,701 people are still there.
- In the rest of the world, more than 5 million people have tested positive and 338,000 have died from the disease. Now it is Latin America which is preparing to undergo the wave.
- Places of worship reopen in France this Saturday. Donald Trump also called for a reopening of these establishments in the United States.
The resumption of officially authorized religious ceremonies
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Eric Stimpfling is a journalist at La 1re Guadeloupe.
#Guadeloupe #Martinique # COVID19 end of the compulsory fortnight between Guadeloupe and Martinique. Return to normal between the two islands (source @ Prefet971) @ guadeloupela1e pic.twitter.com/lFuyVP49Oa- Eric Stimpfling (@StimpflingEric) May 22, 2020
8:25 a.m .: Churches / mosques / temples / synagogues ... open
Hand disinfection and mandatory mask, filtering at the entrance: religious ceremonies will be able to resume this Saturday according to the conditions fixed by a decree published in the Official Journal and immediately entered into force. This text complements a decree of May 11 on measures to combat Covid-19 in the context of the state of health emergency.
The Minister of the Interior and the leaders of religions agreed during a meeting "on the measures to be taken to ensure the health security of all", explained the ministry in a press release shortly before the publication of the decree. This concerted action was imposed on the government after the Council of State on Monday ordered it to lift within a period of "eight days" the total ban on meeting of cults contained in the deconfinement decree of May 11.
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