French President Emmanuel Macron last night announced a new nationwide lockdown, claiming that 400,000 people will die of coronavirus if the country does nothing to control a second wave that will be 'more deadly than the first'.
The national measures will take effect from Friday morning until December 1 and are considered to be 'more flexible' than the country's first lockdown, with all public services, schools and essential workplaces to remain open.
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