Six out of ten French men and women acknowledge they have flouted lockdown rules because it had been reimposed throughout the nation in an attempt to flatten the ballooning COVID-19 curve.
In a poll ran a week after France’s second nationwide lockdown came into force on October 30 and released last week, 60 percent of respondents confessed they haven’t honored at least among those constraints — a 27 percentage point rise from the initial lockdown.
“In light of the outcomes, we could see the French danger having more trouble in living through this moment lockdown, due in part to some seasonality result: seasonal depressions generally seem more in November, a time once the luminosity decreases. At precisely the same time as social connections,” Francois Kraus, the mind of political analysis in pollster Ifop explained.
France is among the EU’s very severely-hit nation with over 44,200 COVID-19 deaths recorded as the start of the pandemic — only below Italy’s death toll of 44,683.
To slow down the surging numbers of instances and hospitalizations before the winter, the government reimposed a month-long national lockdown at the end of October with French citizens after more needed to justify their every movement outside their home on a shape.
Bars, restaurants, and fitness centers were made too close to the people and police stressed that personal parties at home were likewise illegal.
Ifop’s poll for Consolab showed that almost a quarter of those 2,030 respondents– 23 percent — have welcomed their loved ones in the home or seen them. A fifth has hosted or seen friends in your home.
The rule likely to be flouted yet was to lie about the kind with 24 percent of respondents stating they’d done so.
Based on statistics in the Interior Ministry, over 72,200 penalties were issued in the first week of their 2nd national lockdown to individuals not respecting the principles. Two weeks to the initial lockdown, in the spring, over 350,000 was passed out.