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A Market Is Held As Usual - Paris (15)

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21 March 2020, France, Paris: A street market in the 14th district of Paris, with Hochaus Tour Montparnasse in the background on the right. Since Tuesday there is a curfew in France because of the Corona crisis. Only when it is absolutely necessary, people should leave the house. In concrete terms this means: shopping for food, seeing a doctor, going to work if the home office is not an option. Photo: Christian B?hmer/dpa

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People do their grocery shopping at the Boulevard de Belleville market, on March 20, 2020, in Paris. As the number of coronavirus cases in France doubles every four days the country's already strict lockdown has been tightened with the authorities reminding the public that hunting, hiking and fishing are banned while beaches are now mostly out of bounds. France is under lockdown with everyone ordered to stay home and trips out permitted for essential activities only. Prefet de Police Didier Lallement announced on Friday that he and mayor Anne Hidalgo had decided to bring in a ban on gatherings in some areas and a total movement ban in others. Photo by Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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People do their grocery shopping at the Boulevard de Belleville market, on March 20, 2020, in Paris. As the number of coronavirus cases in France doubles every four days the country's already strict lockdown has been tightened with the authorities reminding the public that hunting, hiking and fishing are banned while beaches are now mostly out of bounds. France is under lockdown with everyone ordered to stay home and trips out permitted for essential activities only. Prefet de Police Didier Lallement announced on Friday that he and mayor Anne Hidalgo had decided to bring in a ban on gatherings in some areas and a total movement ban in others. Photo by Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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People do their grocery shopping at the Boulevard de Belleville market, on March 20, 2020, in Paris. As the number of coronavirus cases in France doubles every four days the country's already strict lockdown has been tightened with the authorities reminding the public that hunting, hiking and fishing are banned while beaches are now mostly out of bounds. France is under lockdown with everyone ordered to stay home and trips out permitted for essential activities only. Prefet de Police Didier Lallement announced on Friday that he and mayor Anne Hidalgo had decided to bring in a ban on gatherings in some areas and a total movement ban in others. Photo by Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Police carry out controls at the Boulevard de Belleville market, on March 20, 2020, in Paris. As the number of coronavirus cases in France doubles every four days the country's already strict lockdown has been tightened with the authorities reminding the public that hunting, hiking and fishing are banned while beaches are now mostly out of bounds. France is under lockdown with everyone ordered to stay home and trips out permitted for essential activities only. Prefet de Police Didier Lallement announced on Friday that he and mayor Anne Hidalgo had decided to bring in a ban on gatherings in some areas and a total movement ban in others. Photo by Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Police carry out controls at the Boulevard de Belleville market, on March 20, 2020, in Paris. As the number of coronavirus cases in France doubles every four days the country's already strict lockdown has been tightened with the authorities reminding the public that hunting, hiking and fishing are banned while beaches are now mostly out of bounds. France is under lockdown with everyone ordered to stay home and trips out permitted for essential activities only. Prefet de Police Didier Lallement announced on Friday that he and mayor Anne Hidalgo had decided to bring in a ban on gatherings in some areas and a total movement ban in others. Photo by Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Police carry out controls at the Boulevard de Belleville market, on March 20, 2020, in Paris. As the number of coronavirus cases in France doubles every four days the country's already strict lockdown has been tightened with the authorities reminding the public that hunting, hiking and fishing are banned while beaches are now mostly out of bounds. France is under lockdown with everyone ordered to stay home and trips out permitted for essential activities only. Prefet de Police Didier Lallement announced on Friday that he and mayor Anne Hidalgo had decided to bring in a ban on gatherings in some areas and a total movement ban in others. Photo by Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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People do their grocery shopping at the Boulevard de Belleville market, on March 20, 2020, in Paris. As the number of coronavirus cases in France doubles every four days the country's already strict lockdown has been tightened with the authorities reminding the public that hunting, hiking and fishing are banned while beaches are now mostly out of bounds. France is under lockdown with everyone ordered to stay home and trips out permitted for essential activities only. Prefet de Police Didier Lallement announced on Friday that he and mayor Anne Hidalgo had decided to bring in a ban on gatherings in some areas and a total movement ban in others. Photo by Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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People do their grocery shopping at the Boulevard de Belleville market, on March 20, 2020, in Paris. As the number of coronavirus cases in France doubles every four days the country's already strict lockdown has been tightened with the authorities reminding the public that hunting, hiking and fishing are banned while beaches are now mostly out of bounds. France is under lockdown with everyone ordered to stay home and trips out permitted for essential activities only. Prefet de Police Didier Lallement announced on Friday that he and mayor Anne Hidalgo had decided to bring in a ban on gatherings in some areas and a total movement ban in others. Photo by Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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People do their grocery shopping at the Boulevard de Belleville market, on March 20, 2020, in Paris. As the number of coronavirus cases in France doubles every four days the country's already strict lockdown has been tightened with the authorities reminding the public that hunting, hiking and fishing are banned while beaches are now mostly out of bounds. France is under lockdown with everyone ordered to stay home and trips out permitted for essential activities only. Prefet de Police Didier Lallement announced on Friday that he and mayor Anne Hidalgo had decided to bring in a ban on gatherings in some areas and a total movement ban in others. Photo by Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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People do their grocery shopping at the Boulevard de Belleville market, on March 20, 2020, in Paris. As the number of coronavirus cases in France doubles every four days the country's already strict lockdown has been tightened with the authorities reminding the public that hunting, hiking and fishing are banned while beaches are now mostly out of bounds. France is under lockdown with everyone ordered to stay home and trips out permitted for essential activities only. Prefet de Police Didier Lallement announced on Friday that he and mayor Anne Hidalgo had decided to bring in a ban on gatherings in some areas and a total movement ban in others. Photo by Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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People do their grocery shopping at the Boulevard de Belleville market, on March 20, 2020, in Paris. As the number of coronavirus cases in France doubles every four days the country's already strict lockdown has been tightened with the authorities reminding the public that hunting, hiking and fishing are banned while beaches are now mostly out of bounds. France is under lockdown with everyone ordered to stay home and trips out permitted for essential activities only. Prefet de Police Didier Lallement announced on Friday that he and mayor Anne Hidalgo had decided to bring in a ban on gatherings in some areas and a total movement ban in others. Photo by Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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People do their grocery shopping at the Boulevard de Belleville market, on March 20, 2020, in Paris. As the number of coronavirus cases in France doubles every four days the country's already strict lockdown has been tightened with the authorities reminding the public that hunting, hiking and fishing are banned while beaches are now mostly out of bounds. France is under lockdown with everyone ordered to stay home and trips out permitted for essential activities only. Prefet de Police Didier Lallement announced on Friday that he and mayor Anne Hidalgo had decided to bring in a ban on gatherings in some areas and a total movement ban in others. Photo by Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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People do their grocery shopping at the Boulevard de Belleville market, on March 20, 2020, in Paris. As the number of coronavirus cases in France doubles every four days the country's already strict lockdown has been tightened with the authorities reminding the public that hunting, hiking and fishing are banned while beaches are now mostly out of bounds. France is under lockdown with everyone ordered to stay home and trips out permitted for essential activities only. Prefet de Police Didier Lallement announced on Friday that he and mayor Anne Hidalgo had decided to bring in a ban on gatherings in some areas and a total movement ban in others. Photo by Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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People do their grocery shopping at the Boulevard de Belleville market, on March 20, 2020, in Paris. As the number of coronavirus cases in France doubles every four days the country's already strict lockdown has been tightened with the authorities reminding the public that hunting, hiking and fishing are banned while beaches are now mostly out of bounds. France is under lockdown with everyone ordered to stay home and trips out permitted for essential activities only. Prefet de Police Didier Lallement announced on Friday that he and mayor Anne Hidalgo had decided to bring in a ban on gatherings in some areas and a total movement ban in others. Photo by Pierrick Villette/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM