Paris nightlife adapts to Covid-19 era • FRANCE 24 English

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With nightclubs finally reopening across France, we’re focusing on the recovery of Paris’s nightlife from Covid-19. With the coronavirus still in circulation, revellers now have to prove themselves Covid-free before even reaching the dancefloor and indoor venues are limited to 75 percent capacity. But Parisians have found other ways to party. Among those who helped beat the pandemic blues is cabaret-style drag act Très Mixity, who staged a nightly show from the windows of a Montmartre building. We went to meet them.

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