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Covid-19: Find out how many people are contagious in your city

How many people are infected on the streets or on public transport in your city? And what is the probability of meeting someone contagious at their workplace or at a family celebration? The question appears all the more legitimate as France begins to reduce health measures from Saturday, November 28 – with an authorization to travel within a radius of 20 km around his home for 3 hours, the opening of places of worship and stores, etc. This movement is expected to increase on December 15 with the end of confinement and the establishment of a curfew.

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