Christian Estrosi, the mayor of Nice, was Friday morning the political guest of Europe 1. While his department is the most affected in France by the Delta variant, he intends to take a series of health measures to curb contamination.

On Europe 1, he announces the return of the compulsory mask in certain streets.


The progression of the Delta variant casts a shadow over summer. The Alpes-Maritimes Department is the most affected in France, with 77% of Covid-19 cases linked to this strain deemed to be more contagious. Faced with this situation, the mayor of Nice, the former LR Christian Estrosi, announces a series of new health measures in his city to try to limit contamination. "We are still in green, but let's face it […] There will be a fourth wave in our country. Will it be in 3 weeks? In 5 weeks? At the end of the summer? we must already take the necessary measures to prepare for it ", declared Christian Estrosi on Friday, at the microphone of

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While coastal and tourist towns such as Le Touquet and Saint-Malo retain an obligation to wear a mask in certain streets, Nice should quickly follow suit. "I am looking at which sectors require it to be imposed. But we are going to impose it", announces the mayor.