Nicole Acevedo 14h ago / 8:36 PM UTCPeople gather at a cafe’s terrace in Le Touquet, France, on Saturday, after the government announced that the closure of all non-essential public places starting at midnight, including restaurants and cafes.Ludovic Marin / AFP – Getty ImagesAll restaurants, cafés, cinemas and clubs in France will close at midnight in an effort to stop the spread of the coronavirus, the French prime minister Édouard Philippe said in a press conference. He said the virus is spreading faster even though limitations on mass gatherings were imposed.”People are still going to cafes and restaurants which is something that I would normally enjoy because this is the French way of living but not during these times,” he said.Places of worship are expected to remain open but no ceremonies will be taking place.Some stores, pharmacies, tobacco shops and public offices will remain open as well.Nicole Acevedo and Paul Goldman14h ago / 8:07 PM UTCIsrael to close restaurants and coffee shops to stop coronavirus spreadIsrael will be closing “all unnecessary institutions like restaurants and coffee shops” in an effort to halt all leisure activities starting Sunday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said during a press conference on Saturday.All supermarkets and pharmacies will stay open


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