squares, gardens and parisian parks will reopen from the 2nd of June: it is in any case what was stated by the website of the mairie de Paris on Thursday, even before the announcements of the prime minister.read also : LIVE - Coronavirus : Edouard Philippe will unveil the new phase of the déconfinement
The mayor of Paris has explained that it was "an internal error". "The parks and gardens are closed at present and we do not know the date of re-opening", she added, ensuring that wait "of course" statements of Édouard Philippe. On the official website of the capital city, for example, it was reported that the Buttes-Chaumont will be again accessible to the public from Tuesday, from 7 hours to 22 hours, the same as the Tuileries, between the Louvre and the place de la Concorde, rendered to visitors 24H/24 from the same date. "The site will be updated", again promised the city hall of Paris.read also : Coronaviruses : Edouard Philippe may announce the end of the limit of 100 kilometres
The opening of parks and gardens of Paris, until now, was the subject of a bitter battle between the mayor of the capital, Anne Hidalgo, who was in favor, and the government refused, claiming that Paris was rated as "red". Many voices, including in the majority, were, however, supported the position of the municipal official socialist, including François Bayrou, as well as several doctors.
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