Paris bankers adjust to life on the home front

By Aidan Gregory, Sam Kerr
19 Mar 2020

Bankers in Paris are adjusting to a new life of lockdown following president Emmanuel Macron’s declaration of war against Covid-19 on Monday, which has led to the toughest restrictions being imposed on daily life in France since the Second World War.

All offices, schools, bars and restaurants in Paris are shut and Parisians must remain at home, apart from going out to buy food and essentials, visit the doctor, or go to a job that has been designated as not possible to do from home.

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