After long negotiations, the 2-person level is definitively excluded and the Interior Ministry announced yesterday, Tuesday, December XNUMX, a new level.
Lhe new measures imposed by the government for the resumption of worship announced in a Press release published on the evening of Tuesday, December 2, report a real relaxation of health rules.
Finally, the proposal mentioned yesterday morning by Prime Minister Jean Castex in Jean-Jacques Bourdin's program, which proposed 6m2 per person was not retained.
The new presence gauge established after "regular exchanges with representatives of the different religions (Conference of Bishops of France, Assembly of Orthodox Bishops, Protestant Federation of France, Buddhist Union of France, French Council of Muslim Worship, Central Israelite Consistory and Grand rabbinate of France, etc.) ”proposes to leave two seats free between each person or family entity and occupy only one row out of two.
A new organization which was established "in such a way as to reconcile freedom of worship and health measures" according to the Ministry of the Interior. Consultations will nevertheless continue with the aim of preparing the second phase of the deconfienment which will begin on December 15th.
Religious organizations including the National Council of Evangelicals of France and the Conference of Bishops of France, have welcomed on Twitter this new more “proportionate” measure.
I welcome this measure which, although limiting, seems to me proportionate to the current period and adapted to the diversity of our Churches.
However, let us ensure that it evolves, equitably with other ERP, at the next deadlines of exit from the health crisis.
- Romain CHOISNET (@comcnef) December 2, 2020
• 2 free seats between each person or family entity
• one row out of 2 occupied.
La #THIS F considers that this measure proportionate to the capacity of the buildings, although restrictive, is applicable for the next 2 Sundays of the#Advent.
- Catholic Church (@Eglisecatho) December 2, 2020
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