France Introduces New Restrictions to Stem Virus Surge

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    Sep.24 — New covid-19 cases are surging across Europe. France is introducing new restrictions to stem the virus, including closing bars earlier in the evenings, similar to what’s being done in the U.K., and eliminating public gatherings. The government says it is not considering a new nationwide lockdown. Bloomberg’s Geraldine Amiel reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe.”

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