PHOTOS France maintains anti-coronavirus lockdown until May 11

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France maintains anti-coronavirus lockdown until May 11

Xinhua

13:48, April 14, 2020

A spectator watches TV as French President Emmanuel Macron speaks from the Elysee Palace during a televised address in Paris, France, April 13, 2020. France would remain under a nationwide lockdown until May 11 to stem the spread of COVID-19 and reduce its impact on domestic health institutions, President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday evening. "The epidemic is starting to slow down. The results are there. Thanks to your efforts, everyday we have made progress," the president addressed the nation in his third TV appearance since the epidemic started. (Photos: Xinhua)

Two gendarme patrol at Montmartre in Paris, France, April 13, 2020. France would remain under a nationwide lockdown until May 11 to stem the spread of COVID-19 and reduce its impact on domestic health institutions, President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday evening.

A woman enjoys the sunshine at her window in Paris, France, April 13, 2020. France would remain under a nationwide lockdown until May 11 to stem the spread of COVID-19 and reduce its impact on domestic health institutions, President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday evening.

An empty park is seen in Paris, France, April 13, 2020. France would remain under a nationwide lockdown until May 11 to stem the spread of COVID-19 and reduce its impact on domestic health institutions, President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday evening.

Two gendarme patrol at Montmartre in Paris, France, April 13, 2020. France would remain under a nationwide lockdown until May 11 to stem the spread of COVID-19 and reduce its impact on domestic health institutions, President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday evening.

The city of Paris is seen from Montmartre in Paris, France, April 13, 2020. France would remain under a nationwide lockdown until May 11 to stem the spread of COVID-19 and reduce its impact on domestic health institutions, President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday evening.

A gendarme patrols at Montmartre in Paris, France, April 13, 2020. France would remain under a nationwide lockdown until May 11 to stem the spread of COVID-19 and reduce its impact on domestic health institutions, President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday evening.

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