Last week, we showed you Eric Bouvet’s report on the Oise, one of the regions most hit by the coronavirus. Today, it is his images of Paris that is closed down that we publish. It is to be hoped that Eric will soon receive public or private aid for this work in this most insane moment in our history! The avenues have emptied, silence has settled, only the song of the birds is more audible. For a week, Parisians have been confined to their homes. Some are alone and work to tame this loneliness when others are shaken up...
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