To save Christmas, this is what the authorities have promised and what the British hope. So, in the hushed atmosphere of confinement, London (United Kingdom) began to clothe themselves with lights, faithful to its traditions. But the health crisis is here, even on the light garlands of Oxford Street, which celebrate those who have devoted themselves to others; in the week of november 16, a tribute is paid to Lynnette Johnson, a school principal.
“A little color, it feels good in this gloomy environment, this slightly depressing climate; it lifts our spirits”, testifies a passerby. With more than 52,000 dead since the start of the coronavirus epidemic, England is once again confined. Even if the measures are less strict than in France, the stores are closed. Now, the British government is considering the rules that would frame family reunions for the holidays, with one objective: to avoid that in a few evenings, the efforts of a month of reconfinement are reduced to nothing.
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