Follow the events of the day directly:

8:32. “No consumer will be affected if they have to repay the holiday”, Says Agnes Pannier-Ranacher.

8:23. “Today, one of the two manufacturers is ready to relocate to France.”, Announces Ministerial Representative to the Minister of Economy, Finance and Recovery, who is in charge of the industry.


8:20 p.m. “These foreign investments represent 28,000 jobs for the French.”, Highlight Agnes Pannier-Ranacher.

8:18 p.m. “The policy of attracting foreign investors as desired by the President is in operation”, Agnes Bannier-Rancher, a spokesman for the Minister of Economy, Finance and Recovery, which is responsible for the industry, explains that the LCI is confident that France is still a major destination for foreign investment in Europe.

8:15 p.m. Fear of the virus, travel time, noise … these delivery workers are afraid to return to the office. Phase 2 of the devaluation operation returns to work on Wednesday, June 9th. A moment to be feared by some employees who have not set foot on their premises for several months or even a year. Read our testimonials here.

8:02 p.m. “This summer, Europe will welcome American tourists. We will ask each other.”, Explains the European Commissioner.


7:58 p.m. “Europe has already exported 350 million doses of vaccines”, Explains European Commissioner for Internal Markets.

7:50 p.m. “50% of Europeans have received at least one dose, and we are the leading continent in terms of vaccination,” Theory Breton underlines.


7:47. “The French must continue to be vaccinated”, Says Theory Breton. “This is the way out of this dramatic situation.”

7.45 am. “Europe will produce 1 billion doses of vaccine by July 15” To explain Theory Breton, European Commissioner for the Domestic Market. “We are the world’s leading continent in the production and export of vaccines,” Theory Breton continues.

7:35. Vaccine for adolescents: “I want to take part in the school campaign”, explains Alain Fischer Mr. Government Vaccines, 20 minutes with editorial staff. He continued, “Not by telling teachers to get vaccinated. Not even for school doctors and nurses, not enough in numbers. But by opening holidays to vaccinate doctors and nurses in schools and universities. “

7:26 p.m. Israel vaccines adolescents. Israel is expanding the vaccine campaign to 12- to 16-year-olds, despite a “potential link” between the Pfizer-Bioentech vaccine and mild cases of myocarditis diagnosed among young people.


7 m12. British “disappointment” for Spain. The Spanish health minister was “disappointed” that the United Kingdom withdrew from Spain’s list of endangered countries last week, demanding that its nationals pass a number of wage tests and adhere to at least five days of isolation when they return.

Since May 24, Spain has extended its arms to British tourists, authorizing the first group in normal times (18 million in 2019) to enter the country without even presenting a PCR test again. Citizens of some other countries, such as China or Japan, are exempt from all restrictions.

London will reconsider its decision in just three weeks, precious vain weeks, which could call into question the Spanish government’s goal of attracting 45 million visitors this year.

6:59 p.m. Spain reopens its beaches to vaccinated tourists Spain, the world’s second-largest tourist destination, reopens its doors and beaches on Monday to tourists who have been vaccinated by epidemics in the hope of reviving a key sector of its economy.


One major disadvantage is that the country is still considered endangered by the UK, which imposes isolation on its return to the country, preventing it from coming to enjoy the Spanish sun.

“Spain is a safe haven,” said Health Minister Carolina Darias, who said the country is “on track to regain its global tourism leadership” as attendance will drop by 77% in 2020 after welcoming 83.5 million visitors in 2019.

From this Monday, Spanish borders will be open to all vaccinated people from around the world.

6:54 p.m. Mexico has the fourth largest death rate in the world. Mexico, with a population of 126 million, has recorded 229,000 consecutive deaths since Covit-19. The mortality rate is the fourth highest in the world and the 19th per 100,000 population.


6:45 p.m. Half of the Japanese are now in favor of the Tokyo Olympics this summer. The Japanese are still divided about the possibility of hosting the Olympics in Tokyo this summer, but now 50% support the event because the local health crisis has eased, according to a poll released Monday.

According to a poll by the Japanese daily Yomuri, 50% of the respondents said they were in favor of hosting the Olympics as planned this summer (July 23-August 8) and 48% wanted it to be canceled. Last month, in a similar poll from Yomuri, only 39% of those polled were in favor of the Olympics this summer and 59% against.

6:40 p.m. 25 new deaths in France in the last 24 hours. The threshold of 110,000 deaths (110,027) has passed this weekend since the outbreak began.

6:35 p.m. Complex care patients: a fixed number. Santa Public France counts 2,527 patients admitted to critical hospital following outbreak To Govt-19, Two more than the previous day.


6.30 p.m. Can the delta variant question the restructuring of the new aqueduct? At least 31 cases of Indian variant renamed as Delta have been identified by the authorities in the Lands sector since June 3. New Aquitaine, not yet saved from infection, is it at risk? Find our information here.

6:25 p.m. Vaccine update. Than 27.8 million people (27,838,330) At least one dose was vaccinated in France, 41.5% of the total population and 53% of adults.

6:20 p.m. Boundary rules from June 9th. The government has divided countries into three colors according to their epidemic. Each color defines different entry and exit conditions. Read our encryption in this regard.

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