© Sophie Lévy-Ayoun / Capital Advanced curfew for eight departments, Stéphane Richard is alarmed about the deployment of 5G … The eco flash of the day
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Practical info of the day. While the country’s health situation remains complicated, the government has chosen to advance the curfew time to 6 p.m. in eight departments. A situation which therefore concerns Bas-Rhin, Cher, Allier, or even Vaucluse. They join a list that already had 15 other departments before, mainly located in the east of France. In addition, Drôme and Var will do the same from Tuesday evening. To find out if you are concerned, go to Capital.fr to discover, with our map, the list of departments where the curfew now begins at 6 p.m.
The figure for the day: 160,000 euros. This is the severance pay to which Marie-Sophie Lacarrau, the former presenter of the television news of France 2, could have claimed. When she left the air in September, she would have, according to the Parisian, tried to obtain indemnities through the voluntary departure plan. If it had the right, this initiative would have provoked a strong reaction from the management of France Televisions. It is because of this episode that the presenter could not have said goodbye to the air. Read all the details on Capital.fr.
The rant is pushed by Stéphane Richard, CEO of Orange. The boss of the operator is worried about the slow deployment of 5G in France. Regretting that this technology has become a subject of debate during the municipal elections, he also believes that 5G does not present the slightest risk to human health. “Personally, obscurantism bothers me a lot. France is a country of engineers, inventors, entrepreneurs. That the refusal to develop progress is sad,” regrets the former inspector of finances. . To read on our site.
We end with a funny radar in Normandy which makes the buzz. Stéphane, a resident of the hamlet of Planet, in Calvados, had a rather original idea. He “customized” his trash can to make it look like a real radar. A little joke that has served its purpose since vehicles slow down as a precaution when passing by. The situation is viewed favorably by the inhabitants since many of them judge the excessive speed on this stretch of road. It remains to be seen whether the authorities will agree!