⇒ 12:10 p.m .: [JEAN-MICHEL BLANQUER]“There will be a strict health protocol”
” The method used is a progressive and dialogue method “ explains Jean-Michel Blanquer while the deputies of the cultural affairs committee share their “ worries On the health aspect of a return of children to school, in particular with regard to the lack of hygiene materials.
The Minister of National Education rejects everything ” blurry From the government. “Ithere will be a health protocol, written black on white “And” strict », With respect for barrier gestures, he insists.
⇒ 11.55 a.m .: [JEAN-MICHEL BLANQUER] “Each territory will have a lot of room for maneuver”
Responding to questions from members, the Minister spoke of the difference between the territories. He assures that “ this will remain at the discretion of the rectors ” and ” each territory will have a lot of room for maneuver ” He explained that it will be ok ” very quickly “ in some places little affected by the Covid-19.
Jean-Michel Blanquer also recalls the decision of reopening of May 11 and its scientific basis. It refers to the work of ” the German Academy of Sciences “Which is” tvery clear on back to school ” for “ physical and mental health issues ” but also ” societal challenges “
⇒ 11.45 a.m .: [JEAN-MICHEL BLANQUER] ” The goal is not to complete the programs at all costs “
Jean-Michel Blanquer evokes, during his hearing at the National Assembly, a ” educational and social vision “Which will be implemented after May 11, with Priorities for dropouts and students with disabilities. “The goal is not to end the programs at all costs “Assures the Minister of National Education.
The minister insisted that all of these points were the subject of concertation before Prime Minister Édouard Philippe presented the deconfinement plan before the end of April.
⇒ 11.35 a.m .: [JEAN-MICHEL BLANQUER] Classes up to 15 students
During his hearing at the National Assembly, Jean-Michel Blanquer detailed the “welcome doctrine” of students from May 11. With a work ” in small groups ” “This ceiling could be fifteen students,” he said.
” We would be back from the week of May 11: large section, CP and CM2 classes ” Likewise, all pupils in classes of less than 15 pupils in rural areas will be able to return to school. The week of May 18, it will be the college’s turn, with the classes of 6th and 3rd. Then, the week of May 25, ” all classes, with groups of no more than 15 students “
⇒ 11:20 a.m .: [JEAN-MICHEL BLANQUER] “We have been able to bridge the digital divide but we have not resolved it”
The Minister of National Education, Jean-Michel Blanquer indicates that, since the beginning of containment, the education system had worked with ” some efficiency “, Lteachers achieving ” reach almost 90%, 92% of students “. But ” 8% of students “, And” that’s a lot, “he said. A percentage reduced to ” 4% “, In particular by reducing part of the digital divide, he assured in a hearing at the cultural committee of the National Assembly.
” We are trying to rreduce this fracture as much as possible but it’s complex despite the help of many associations. We were able to bridge the digital divide, but we didn’t close it. “He explains.
⇒ 11:15 a.m .: [TRAÇAGE NUMÉRIQUE] There will be a vote on tracking at the Meeting
The government indicates that the debate scheduled for the National Assembly on April 28 on the mobile data tracking in the fight against the coronavirus would sfollowing a vote of the deputies, according to a parliamentary source.
Faced with rising opposition, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe did not close the door yesterday to a vote in Parliament. The head of government spoke during a telephone meeting with party leaders, many of whom asked to be able to vote on such a sensitive issue for civil liberties.
⇒ 11.10 a.m. [ITALIE] Presentation of a decontainment plan this week
Prime Minister of Italy Giuseppe Conte announces that he would detail “Before the end of this week” measures that the country will take for relax restrictions, restart the economy and gradually emerge from the coronavirus crisis.
“I wish I could say” let’s reopen everything. ” Right now. We restart tomorrow morning “, writes Giuseppe Conte on a long message on his Facebook account. “But such a decision would be irresponsible. It would cause the contagion curve to go up in an uncontrolled fashion and would make all the efforts we have made so far worthless. “.
Italy, the European country most affected by coronavirus with more than 24,000 dead, East quarantined since March 9, some northern regions having imposed containment even earlier. The quarantine period, which has been extended twice, is scheduled to end on May 3.
⇒ 11:00 a.m .: [INSEE] Over five million people live in housing ” busy “
More than five million people live in overcrowded housing in France, the vast majority in the main cities according to a new INSEE study published on the occasion of general confinement against the coronavirus.
INSEE, which prefers to speak of “Overcrowding” that of “Overcrowding” in the strict sense because it does not take into account the area of housing. INSEE, which compares this study with the fact that all French people are currently forced to stay at home to avoid the spread of the coronavirus, underlines that this figure of five million represents around 8% of French people.
⇒ 10:35 a.m .: [AUDITION] Jean-Michel Blanquer before the National Assembly
The Minister of National Education and Youth, Jean-Michel Blanquer is heard from 11 a.m. by the cultural affairs commission on the Covid-19 epidemic. The conditions for a takeover “ progressive “Of the school as well as the procedures for holding the end-of-year exams should be discussed.
⇒ 10 hours: [DÉFI] How the food industry avoided the shortage
Initially strongly affected by absenteeism linked to confinement, the food industry was able to maintain displays and busy shelves. The coronavirus epidemic will however leave its mark…
⇒ 9:35 a.m .: [MÉDITATION] The three-beat waltz by Pauline Bebe
How to reconcile emergency, slowness and confinement? Pauline Bebe, rabbi of the liberal Jewish community, draws precious resources from birds during these difficult moments. “We listen, we make people laugh, laughter is a doctor. We are worried. We see die. We are helpless, we smile in the face of healing, each moment of life that continues is a victory, each elongated body that starts walking again is a hope. “
⇒ 8.45 a.m .: [DESSIN DU JOUR] The eye of Pascal Lemaître
⇒ 8:30 a.m .: [TOP CHEFS] Homemade meals morning, noon and evening, the new daily newspaper of the French
A rush for basic products, a drop in traffic from hypermarkets to supermarkets and local supermarkets … The coronavirus has transformed our eating habits. The cross describes this discreet upheaval to you.
⇒ 8:05 a.m .: [DANS LA NUIT] Heavy balance sheet in the United States and negative rates for a barrel of crude
♦ The United States in the tournament. The balance sheet of the world’s leading power continues to grow heavier. On Monday April 20, Johns-Hopkins University counted an additional 1,433 dead, bearing the total deaths over 42,000 and making the country the nation most affected – officially – by Covid-19. Via his Twitter account, Donald Trump has announced that he will temporarily suspend all immigration to the United States for “Protect jobs” Americans.
♦ Oil has reached negative prices. This is one of the most amazing consequences of the global recession: on the New York Stock Exchange, a barrel of WTI crude traded yesterday at –37.63 dollars, that is to say, the producers were ready to pay whoever would buy. Since the fall in demand, the already very low price of oil has never stopped falling. Result, stocks are already full, which explains this price. When the Asian markets reopened on April 21, oil returned to a positive price.
♦ In France, the balance of the day of Monday April 20 remains heavy: more than 20,000 people have been killed by the new coronavirus. The exact toll of 20,265 victims is up, to +547 people. The number of hospitalized patients and those admitted to intensive care continue to decline slowly, wanted to indicate Jérôme Salomon, the director general of health.
⇒ 7.40 a.m .: [MESSES] When will they resume?
Emmanuel Macron is scheduled to meet Tuesday at 4 p.m. with Pope Francis. He will then participate in an audio conference with the representatives of the religions with which he should discuss the question of the resumption of religious services.
♦ The Covid-19 pandemic made more than 166,000 dead worldwide and more than 2.4 million people have been infected.
♦ The French Observatory on Economic Conditions (OFCE) has estimated that confinement over eight weeks will result in 120 billion euros lost for activity in France.
♦ Sign of hope in Europe, l’Spain and Italy announced daily death tolls in drop compared to the last few days.
♦ The deconfinement started in Germany even if Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned her fellow citizens against too much loosening of sanitary rules.
Hello and welcome to this live dedicated to the coronavirus pandemic.
To start this day, let us note the beautiful initiative of the flourishing arts and its founder William Christie. From April 24 to 26, Les Arts Florisants organize a virtual festival in the sumptuous garden of Thiré, in Vendée. Good musical news after the announcement of the cancellation of many festivals.