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Coronavirus latest: France to unveil lockdown exit strategy as global cases pass 3 million

Coronavirus latest - summary

  • France will unveil its strategy to relax social distancing restrictions starting May 11
  • EU denies it bowed to Beijing pressure over COVID-19 disinformation report
  • Donald Trump blames China for spread of coronavirus throughout the world
  • New Zealanders return to work as 75% of the economy reopens
  • UK will give £60,000 (€68,800) to the families of NHS workers who have died from COVID-19
  • The World Health Organisation warned that children will die as pandemic put a stop to vaccination campaigns
  • Kawasaki disease: 'Coronavirus-related illness' affecting children emerging in the UK, NHS warns

French government will reveal plan to gradually lift lockdown measures

The French government will announce their plan for lifting strict lockdown measures as the country gears up to return to work and school on May 11.

The plan will be presented this afternoon at 3:00 pm CET in parliament by French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe.
France recorded 437 new deaths from COVID-19 on Tuesday bringing the total toll to 23,293. The country has more than 128,000 cases of the virus.

Source: Euronews

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