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HEATED TERRACE IN BARS AND COFFEE SHOPS BANNED IN FRANCE

Published On 30 Jul 2020 12:39 PM


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  • A ban has been implemented on the heated terraces of bars and coffee shops
  • Ms. Barbara Pompili announced some measures to stop heating of terrace

France’s ecology Minister Barbara Pompili said that air conditioning or outside heating is an ecological aberration and the ban would not come into the force until and unless this winter as all the restaurants in France....


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