In Cannes, in the Alpes-Maritimes, a police patrol has just spotted a resident on the street despite the curfew rule imposed in the city to fight the Covid-19 epidemic. It is midnight, the curfew has been in place for two hours. The man is in violation. He will have to pay 135 euros in fines.
All the crews of the national and municipal police patrol the city. Their mission? Enforce the order of the prefect of the Alpes-Maritimes. Obviously, a couple is not aware. The round continues in the outlying districts of the city. Four people returned home and discovered the establishment of a curfew. At two o'clock in the morning, about thirty PVs are already drawn up, an encouraging figure for the police. “There are far fewer people”, confirms Captain Grégory Walter.
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