French territory of Guadeloupe to go into new lockdown to tackle Covid-19

PARIS: France’s overseas territory of Guadeloupe will go into a new lockdown for at least three weeks to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic, said the local Guadeloupe authority on its Twitter account, as France battles a fourth wave of the virus.
The authority said the French West Indian island’s new lockdown would start on August 4, with the re-introduction of a curfew running from 8pm (00:00 GMT) until 5am (09:00 GMT) the following day, and limitations on people’s movements.
France’s overseas territories of La Reunion and Martinique have also entered new lockdowns to curb the spread of the Coronavirus disease.

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