France enters second week of lockdown as COVID-19 deaths rise

Government is urging people to be more disciplined and stay indoors to stop the spread - 100,000 police officers have been deployed to enforce the restrictions.

    France is entering a second week of lockdown as coronavirus cases and deaths continue to rise.

    The French government urged people to be more disciplined and stay indoors to stop the spread while 100,000 police officers were deployed to enforce the restrictions.

    Al Jazeera's Natacha Butler reports from Montmoreau-Saint-Cybard in western France.


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