France, Europe and the pandemic: One year of Covid-19 (part 2)

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    It’s spring 2021 and to date France has recorded the most cases of Covid-19 in all of Europe – including non-EU countries – and the third-highest death toll after Italy and the UK. It’s now more than one year since President Emmanuel Macron first told French people to stay home and that he would do “whatever it takes” to keep people’s businesses and livelihoods going.

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