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Gallimard's "Crisis Leaflets" are back in service

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In February 2019, Gallimard Editions launched a new collection of short current affairs essays entitled "Tracts/Gallimard". In a time when public speech has become an object of mistrust and when, moreover, the claim and argument of authority often take precedence over contradictory debate and critical reflection, the Gallimard publishing house is launching a new collection of short current affairs essays entitled "Tracts/Gallimard",

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Fearproof world

The first evidence of an alarming number of pneumonias in Wuhan, China, emerged in early January 2020. Since then, the epidemic has continued to spread across the globe, taking a toll on governments, health professionals and public opinion. Also creating an unprecedented health shock

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COVID-19: The Children's Issue

Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, the statistics have been consistent: the vast majority of children and young people under the age of 18 are either spared the disease or develop asymptomatic or mild forms. As the pandemic increases around the world,

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Everybody knew. We could anticipate the coronavirus pandemic

The pandemic, which is forcing more than three billion people to remain confined to their homes, seems to have come as a surprise, like a plague fallen from the sky. Most of the leaders of the states that govern us swear by their hearts that this pandemic is a unique, unprecedented, and unprecedented event of a "global nature".

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The peak of the epidemic would have passed in Italy. The path to the recession?

The peak of the epidemic would have passed in Italy. The path to the recession?

According to Jean-François Toussaint, professor of physiology at the University of Paris, the epidemic peak would have occurred on Saturday in Italy. The curve of acceleration of the daily number of new deaths and the curve of acceleration of the daily number of deaths indicate a very clear inflection. Taking into account the respective evolution of the Italian curves

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Coronavirus: Emergency Health Bill Passed in Parliament

The Assembly votes on the article on the state of health emergency. Adopted by a show of hands after several hours of discussion, the article provides that a state of public health emergency, which makes it possible to restrict public freedoms (confinement, requisitioning, etc.), must be introduced as soon as the law comes into force, and for two months. This article provides, in particular, for

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The psychological stress of confinement

On 6 March, the results of a national survey on the degree of psychological distress of the Chinese population following the Covid-19 epidemic were published in the specialist journal General Psychiatry. Eight days later, the prestigious medical journal The Lancet also published a review of the literature.

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