France’s Martinique faces partial lockdown as Covid surges • FRANCE 24 English

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France’s #Martinique will go into a partial #lockdown due to a surge in #Covid-19 cases. There is growing concern among officials in Paris over the infection rates in France’s overseas territories in the Caribbean, Indian Ocean and the Pacific where vaccination uptake is far lower than the nationwide average.

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