EXPATRIATES FACING COVID (2/6) – The 26-year-old fled to the English city of Bristol shortly before the outbreak. She tells for Le Figaro the country’s anti-virus policy, marked by “inconstancy”.
«We screwed up on the masks, on the tests and now on the vaccines.“In the street, as on networks or television sets, the French never stop grumbling against”catastrophic»Management of the crisis by the health authorities. But is the grass really greener elsewhere? Beyond the numbers and rumors, Le Figaro went to meet these expatriates, relocated to the four corners of the world, whose daily lives oscillate between governmental authoritarianism and popular laxity.
The second episode of this series is dedicated to Pauline, a young woman of 26, who has lived in Bristol, in the south of England, since the beginning of 2020.
LE FIGARO. – With almost 120,000 dead, the United Kingdom has the worst human toll in Europe in the fight against Covid … What restrictions are imposed on the British?
Pauline. We clearly act as bad students! Currently, we are in total containment, for the third time. Telework is encouraged,
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