A civil court in Paris ruled the French government’s initial failure to deal with the covid outbreak in response to a lawsuit filed by family members of people who died after being infected or by infected people until May 2020. But the court did not rule compensation for the damages suffered by the plaintiffs citing the absence of a direct link between the errors committed by the state and the contagion. The pronouncement indicates in particular the lack of reserve of masks in anticipation of a pandemic and the widespread warning in the early days on the lack of positive effects of the use of masks.
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