CIJELA ZEMLJA U KARANTENI

Ulice Pariza puste zbog koronavirusa

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  • 17.03.2020. u 19:51

Pigeons are pictures on the empty street of Rue De Rivoli in Paris on March 17, 2020 as a strick lockdown comes into in effect to stop the spreading of the COVID-19 in the country. - French President asked people to stay at home to avoid the spreading the Covid-19, saying only necessary trips would be allowed and violations would be punished. The country has already shut cafes, restaurants, schools and universities and urged people to limit their movements. (Photo by Martin BUREAU / AFP)
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Obično prepune pariške ulice opustjele su u utorak poslijepodne nakon što je stupila na snagu odluka o stavljanju cijele zemlje u karantenu kako bi se usporilo širenje koronavirusa, koji je u zemlji odnio već 148 ljudskih života.

Zadnjih nekoliko sati prije nego što su stroga ograničenja u podne stupila na snagu, ljudi su u dugim redovima čekali ispred supermarketa, mesnica i ljekarni, pazeći da poštuju razmak od jednog metra od drugih kupaca kako se ne bi zarazili ili sami proširili zarazu.

Gradski autobusi prolazili su pored njih uglavnom prazni ili s tek nekoliko putnika.

A picture taken on March 17, 2020 shows the empty avenue du General Leclerc in Paris as a strict lockdown comes into in effect in France to stop the spread of COVID-19, caused by the novel coronavirus. - A strict lockdown requiring most people in France to remain at home came into effect at midday on March 17, 2020, prohibiting all but essential outings in a bid to curb the coronavirus spread. The government has said tens of thousands of police will be patrolling streets and issuing fines of 38 to 135 euros (42-150 USD) for people without a written declaration justifying their reasons for being out. (Photo by ERIC PIERMONT / AFP)
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Nekoliko sati poslije redovi su se razišli, a prodavači u supermarketima ostali su uglavnom besposleni. Smiju, naime, još raditi radi kupaca kojima zatrebaju osnovne potrepštine.

Ulice oko Latinske četvrti koje su obično prepune turista ispraznile su se, dok se u više stambenim četvrtima 13. arondismana nešto južnije još mogu susresti prolaznici, ali daleko manje nego prije.

Načelnik pariške policije Didier Lallement rekao je novinarima da se u gradu i bližim predgrađima postavlja 150 nadzornih točki na kojima će se provjeravati imaju li ljudi koji se zateknu na ulicama obveznu potpisanu izjavu da su izišli iz svojih domova radi odobrenog razloga.

Oni koji to ne budu imali, mogu biti kažnjeni, premda je Lallement kazao da će prvo poslijepodne od uvođenja novih mjera policajci građane samo upozoravati i objašnjavati im pravila.

A man waits on a bench of the Pont Des Arts in Paris on March 17, 2020 as a strick lockdown comes into in effect to stop the spreading of the COVID-19 in the country. - French President asked people to stay at home to avoid the spreading the Covid-19, saying only necessary trips would be allowed and violations would be punished. The country has already shut cafes, restaurants, schools and universities and urged people to limit their movements. (Photo by Martin BUREAU / AFP)
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Internetska stranica ministarstva unutarnjih poslova, s koje se može skinuti traženi obrazac, jutros je bila često nedostupna, vjerojatno zbog velike potražnje.

Drastične mjere uvedene su jer broj zaraženih i umrlih u Francuskoj nastavlja brzo rasti. Do ponedjeljka navečer potvrđeno je više od 1000 novih slučajeva zaraze, čime je ukupan broj zaraženih porastao na 6633, a umrlih na 148.

Građani sada smiju napuštati domove samo radi odlaska na posao koji ne mogu obavljati od kuće, kupnje osnovnih potrepština, radi odlaska liječniku, brige za djecu ili ugrožene rođake.

A picture taken on March 17, 2020 shows the empty rue d'Alesia in Paris as a strict lockdown comes into in effect in France to stop the spread of COVID-19, caused by the novel coronavirus. - A strict lockdown requiring most people in France to remain at home came into effect at midday on March 17, 2020, prohibiting all but essential outings in a bid to curb the coronavirus spread. The government has said tens of thousands of police will be patrolling streets and issuing fines of 38 to 135 euros (42-150 USD) for people without a written declaration justifying their reasons for being out. (Photo by ERIC PIERMONT / AFP)
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