French Prime Minister Philippe: The first 15 days of April will be more difficult than the past 15 days

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“The struggle is just beginning. The first 15 days of April will be more difficult than the past 15 days,” said French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe of the outbreak of the new type of coronavirus (Covid-19).

Prime Minister of France Edouard PhilippeDuring a press conference with Minister of Health Olivier Veran, he made statements regarding the outbreak.

“France faces an unprecedented crisis in the last century” Philippe said that almost half of the world is closed home and this is a first.

Philippe, “The struggle is just beginning. The first 15 days of April will be more difficult than the past 15 days.” said.

Expressing that the virus spread rapidly in the country and the number of cases doubled every 3-4 days, Philippe pointed out that France is watching Italy and Spain in the number of dead and cases.

Philippe argued that the measures against Covid-19 were taken on time.

Noting that they will also apply to doctors who graduate from medical faculties outside the European Union (EU) member countries to combat the epidemic more effectively in the country, Philippe said that the measures for the epidemic in the country’s overseas territory have been increased.

Philippe stated that they want to prevent companies that are negatively affected by the epidemic from going bankrupt.

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