The introduction of a strict quarantine will lead to a drop in the gross domestic product in the fourth quarter, the head of the French Ministry of Finance warned.
Losses to the French economy from the introduction of curfews will amount to about €2 billion, Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said, Reuters reported on Friday, October 23rd.
The introduction of a strict quarantine will lead to a drop in the gross domestic product in the fourth quarter, warned the head of the French Ministry of Finance.
Reuters suggests that the country’s authorities are going to extend the curfew to more than two-thirds of the population after the country set a record daily high of new cases of coronavirus on October 22.
As reported, the Greek authorities are imposing a curfew in the country due to the increase in the number of coronavirus infections.
Recall that in Slovakia, from October 24 to November 1, amid the COVID-19 coronavirus infection pandemic, a curfew is imposed. During this period, almost all shops, businesses, and schools will be closed.