ANALYSIS – Our fellow citizens have shown exemplary discipline. At least until early June. Since then, the best wishes have faded.
Finding life before is now. Tired, exhausted and even nervous, the French could no longer comply with the draconian health rules that had been pounding their daily lives for months. Washed out of a long journey at the end of the epidemic night, they grumbled and dreamed of finally dropping the mask and freeing themselves from traffic restrictions, curfews and certifications to complete.
The improvement came this Wednesday: after coming out of isolation as a contact case, Jean Castex announced that wearing a mask outside would no longer be compulsory from Thursday in France, with certain exceptions, and that the curfew would be lifted on Sunday.
Far from the caricature of refractory Gauls quickly carved with a billhook by Emmanuel Macron, our fellow citizens have shown exemplary discipline. At least until early June. Because, since then, the best wills are blunted in the face of an unstoppable chisel effect: that of the mercury curve which flies away.
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