The report also introduced the audience to the party held in an elegant venue, where people did not wear masks and did not follow the rules of alienation.
Madrid (EUROPA PRESS). -A report broadcast on French TV channel M6 exposed a luxury restaurant network in Paris that failed to comply with relevant regulations during the pandemic. This scandal led to the request of French Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin Investigate this aspect.
An anonymous person who asked not to be named revealed that he “dinner with ministers at two or three “illegal” restaurants this week” but did not provide more details.
The broadcast of the report led the French Prosecutor’s Office to launch an investigation this Sunday, “to verify whether the parties organized in violation of health regulations and to determine who the organizers and participants may be.”
The report was released on Friday night, citing the existence of a secret luxury restaurant in Paris, which is still open despite measures against the coronavirus. It should be remembered that French restaurants closed at the end of October due to the pandemic.
A worker in an anonymous restaurant said: “People who come here take off their masks.” The worker said: “Once you walk in, there will be no more coronaviruses.”
The report also introduced the audience to the party held in an elegant venue, where people did not wear masks and did not follow the rules of distancing.
Therefore, the French Minister of the Interior instructed the Paris Police to “verify the authenticity of the condemned incident, and if so, prosecute the organizers and participants of these secret dinners.”
The report put French society on a foothold in the war. In view of the extremely tense crisis in the country, the organization protested on social networks under the name “We want a name” (#OnVeutLesNoms).
In fact, the French public health agency confirmed on Saturday that 5,273 people were admitted to the country’s intensive care unit.
The number of hospitalizations continued to increase, with 28,886 patients, of which 1,730 new patients were admitted within 24 hours.
Since the outbreak in March 2020, Covid-19 has killed 96,493 people and caused another 187 deaths in the last few hours.