Influenced by the virus, France unveiled a major economic rescue plan


Faced with a recurring virus infection, the French government on Thursday unveiled details of a 100 billion euro (eight 118 billion) rehabilitation plan aimed at creating jobs, saving struggling businesses. And the country has to get out of the worst economic crisis since World War II.

Influenced by the virus, France unveiled a major economic rescue plan


Ahead of the presentation, Prime Minister Jean Costex said on RTL radio that the project is expected’ to create 160,000 jobs next year and restore France's economic growth by 2022. This is the year of the next French presidential election.

The "France Reboot" project includes funding to renovate buildings and promote rail use to reduce emissions.

More than 7,000 cases of the virus were reported’ in France on Thursday, the highest daily rate in Europe and more than several hundred cases a day in May and June, when France was coming out of a tight lock and checking less. The number of people receiving intensive care with the virus is slowly increasing, although it is far from the level of the March and April crises.

Despite the boom, French schools reopened for extraordinary classes this week, and authorities are urging people to return to work.

Covid 19 has killed more than 30,600 people in France.


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