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No new deaths from the Covid-19 have been reported in the Vaucluse.

According to the daily report published this Thursday, April 30 by the ARS Paca, the number of deaths in the department still rises to 27, to which we must always add 6 victims in the Ehpad. There are currently 72 people tested positive at Covid -19 and hospitalized (-7 compared to the day before) and 9 in intensive care (-4).

In addition, 169 people (+5) tested positive for Covid-19 and hospitalized were able to return home.

In addition, we take stock here of what remains open, what is closed, what is maintained, what is canceled or suspended in the Vaucluse.

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Map of deconfinement: where is the Paca region?

Renaud Muselier, President of the Regional Council, is delighted: “The first card corresponds to the circulation of the virus: we are 6 green departments! This is good news.”

The second map corresponds to the hospital pressure on resuscitation capacities: “we are 6 departments in orange”.

The synthesis of these two maps classifies the six departments of the South region in orange: Vaucluse, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, Hautes-Alpes, Var, Alpes-Maritimes and Bouches-du-Rhône. A situation that can still change, in the right direction therefore in green, with the respect of confinement until May 11

Reinforced controls during long weekends

The Vaucluse national police alerted on social networks: there will be no loosening of road checks. “The police remain mobilized these long weekends from May 1 and 8 in stations, on the main roads but also on secondary networks day and night, to ensure proper compliance with containment measures.”

Avignon: return from the Farm Market on May 2

In Avignon, the Farm Market, which usually takes place every first Saturday of the month, is back this Saturday May 2. As a reminder, sales are limited to pre-orders and you have until noon tomorrow to select your fresh products online.

Nine local producers are represented, but only three of them will ensure distribution, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., at 453 chemin de Saint-Michel, in Avignon. To order it is here.

Sorgues: distribution begins May 1

The town hall of Sorgues has just made an announcement: “Helped by volunteers, it is the elected officials who take care of the distribution by depositing them directly in the mailboxes. You will therefore receive an envelope per household with two masks and an explanatory note to help you to carry it well and maintain it (advice of installation, washing, drying …). “

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Avignon: the chef de la Treille offers a star menu at home

Jean-Michel Leclerc now offers his weekend menu to take away or delivered free (10 km around Avignon).

Everything is homemade, even the bread that this member of the French Culinary Academy and follower of Escoffier likes to make himself. The Chef voluntarily chose a very accessible price for everyone’s pleasure (30 €).

On the menu for May 1st, 2nd and 3rd: teple of Mediterranean octopus with fennel confit and Espelette pepper; Shoulder of lamb confit with thyme flower, royal celeriac; Pana cota of strawberry Cléry and basil.

Order on 06 74 79 32 78; pick up at La Treille from Friday to Sunday between 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. and from 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m .; Payment in BC or paypal on order – Free delivery 10 km around Avignon.

Rhône-lez-Avignon: collections on May 1 and 8 maintained

The regular household garbage collection tour scheduled for Friday will work properly.

Place an order for the producers’ square in Avignon

For this long weekend of May 1, Avignon residents can place their order until 6 p.m. Sunday with reception of their fresh products on Monday.

The withdrawal of orders will be possible Monday, May 4, 2020 between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the old fire station (116 rue Carreterie), supervised by agents from the city of Avignon in compliance with specific Covid-19 measures (in particular distancing ).


IN YOUR OPINION

What is your confined life like?

You were cooking? Do you garden? Do you play with your family? You are watching TV ? Do you make masks? Do you read tons of books? Do you tinker? …
Alone, as a couple or as a family, send yourself the photo of your life as confined (s). Make a note of your first name, last name and your commune in Vaucluse, then briefly explain what you do and with whom.

Send your message to anais.vaugon@vauclusematin.com
As soon as we have several photos, we will publish a slideshow on our site ledauphine.com

Don’t give up on treatment

In a press release, France Assos santé launches an appeal: “User associations wish to alert the population to the need to monitor essential care and the importance of not neglecting other pathologies. Alongside them, the institutions (l Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur Regional Health Agency, Health Insurance) and representatives of health professionals and health establishments (Regional Unions of Health Professionals, Federations of Private and Public Hospitalization) are mobilizing to s ” ensure that a medical response is provided to people who need essential care during the confinement period: detection of stroke, chronic diseases, monitoring of pregnancy, monitoring of young children, dental emergencies, optical emergencies, abortion, etc. “

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Where to find your lily of the valley on May 1 in Avignon?

Les Halles florist, Florian Reymond, opens “Garance” only for May 1, at the request of his clients, worried about where they could find their lucky lily of the valley. “Without that, I wouldn’t have opened because it’s very complicated to have this year. But as a florist, when I see that Super U and Mr. Bricolage sell lily of the valley, I wanted to open. Having not had thrush from Nantes for the sprigs, I can only offer jars of lily of the valley from Hyères (Var) and peonies from Var producers. To respect the security measures, he will have a reduced stand with maximum recoil.

Orders available on 06 01 77 87 65 to collect on site from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., or free delivery to Avignon.

High cleaning planned for Avignon

The City of Avignon announces on social networks: “In the coming days, the main axes of the city in intra and extramural, then the other streets and the surroundings of places receiving the public will be washed with plenty of water containing a Environmentally friendly bactericidal product. High-pressure cleaning with a treatment certified to be safe for health will also be carried out on all children’s play areas (parks, gardens and schools). As of May 11, agents wearing masks will resume their respective respective rhythms. In terms of plant heritage, the team leaders will go around Avignon to anticipate the necessary worksites and be ready. “

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Green objective for the Paca region

The Regional Council, Renaud Muselier, aims to have the 6 departments of the region in green for deconfinement on May 11. Verdict, this Thursday evening, while the Director General of Health, Jérôme Salomon, must reveal the map of France of deconfinement. What will happen to Vaucluse and our neighboring departments?

Total reopening of the Vaucluse recycling centers in Grand Avignon

From May 4, the recycling centers of Grand Avignon (including five from Vaucluse: Avignon – Courtine, Montfavet – Avignon, Vedène, Entraigues-sur-la-Sorgue, Velleron), can accommodate, Monday to Saturday (closed on public holidays) , in addition to plants (which can be brought in since April 27), bulky items, rubble, wood, cardboard, scrap metal, electronic waste and toxic waste, within the limits of conventional access conditions , or 2m3 per waste and per day.

Only the furniture (furniture and mattresses) cannot be accepted, in the absence of treatment solution and must be kept at home.

Before coming, you must obtain an access card (form on the site www.grandavignon.fr) and make an appointment, on the platform www.rdv-decheterie.fr or via the Direct Grand Avignon switchboard, on 0800 71 84 84 (for gardening centers in Grand Avignon, contact SMICTOM Rhône-Garrigues: www.smictom-rhonegarrigues.fr or on 04 90 15 17 80).

Jean Galfione, Olympic champion in pole vault at the Atlanta Olympic Games in 1996. Photo DR

Agroparc Association: a videoconference hosted by champion Jean Galfione

In anticipation of the deconfinement and to start this period with optimism, the Agroparc Association is organizing a videoconference hosted by Jean Galfione, Olympic champion in pole vault at the Atlanta Olympics in 1996. From the theme “optimistic of the future” , the medalist will draw parallels between the life of a top athlete and the health crisis we are experiencing. “There are similarities between the life of an athlete on, for example, the management of an injury that resembles what one experiences,” said Jean Galfione. The injury is part of the performance and can contribute positively to it. We can also draw a parallel between the deconfinement date and the recovery date long awaited by athletes after an injury, particularly in how to manage and optimize these periods. “

Tuesday May 5. From 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Number of places limited to 99 people. Registration: www.weezevent.com/visio-conference-05-mai-2020-avec-l-intervention-de-jean-galfione

Villeneuve-lez-Avignon: distribution of “alternative” brands today

In Villeneuve-lez-Avignon, alternative type masks will be distributed today for open traders, by municipal services. A second distribution will take place from May 11 for merchants who will reopen on this date.
For Villeneuvois, the municipality has grouped together for a shared purchase with other municipalities in Greater Avignon on the basis of an order for 10,000 cloth masks. As soon as these masks are received, the distribution will take place in two stages: a home delivery on the basis of the vulnerable persons file held by the CCAS and a home delivery for all Villeneuvois who will expressly request it ( accompanied by proof of address of less than 3 months) from May 4, 2020, via a form which will be posted on the city’s website from May 4 or by email: mairie@villeneuvelezavignon.fr or by letter addressed to Hôtel de ville – 2 rue de la République – 30404 Villeneuve lez Avignon Cedex or by phone on 04 90 27 49 49, to request the form.

‌Villeneuve-lez-Avignon: the mayor will consult parents on the reopening of schools

The municipality of Villeneuve-lez-Avignon has decided to consult all the parents of pupils by survey, in order to then prepare a consultation meeting on Monday May 4 at 10 am, with their representatives and the directors of the schools.

“At the end of this consultation phase, it will be decided to reopen the schools if we can put in place an operation that both meets the educational objectives set by the government but also guarantees health security for all of the children and stakeholders in this system (teachers, municipal staff, parents, etc.) “announced the mayor, Jean-Marc Roubaud.

Avignon: the group presidents of the municipal majority highlight the management of the crisis and congratulate the mayor

In Avignon, the two group presidents of the municipal majority, David Fournier and Françoise Lichière, published this April 30 a press release to congratulate the mayor, Cécile Helle, for her management of the Covid-19 crisis.

“If we suffer this epidemic, they explain, the municipal majority around the mayor has multiplied initiatives to support and help the people of Avignon during this very special period that we live in, especially the most fragile but also the elderly. So :

– 30,000 masks donated by our twin city of Shenzen in China were able to be distributed to nursing staff at Avignon hospital and to a certain number of health establishments.

– 200,000 barrier masks in fabric have also been ordered so that each Avignonese can benefit from May 11 from an endowment of two masks.

– The city organized the carrying of meals and solidarity baskets for the elderly and frail, as well as for young people in difficulty.

– Crédit Municipal has implemented new economic measures for people in difficulty.

– A reception system for children of caregivers and professionals essential to the crisis has been open, operating 7 days a week. “

– Associations under agreement with the city have benefited from an advance payment of their subsidies, a means for us to show our solidarity with the associative world.

The two elected officials add: “We wish to underline the initiative taken by the mayor who, since the beginning of the crisis, regularly addresses by mail and in transparency to all elected officials of the Municipal Council to inform them of the main measures taken and actions put in place. We, like all the people of Avignon, are concerned and worried about the economic and financial consequences of the pandemic which has been affecting us dramatically for several weeks. Also we approve the will of the mayor to organize in the second half of May a municipal council which will allow to debate and vote the 2020 budget, measuring the economic and financial impact of the health crisis on a city like ours. Obviously this council will be held under the conditions of health security which will then be at work, and in compliance of course with the legislative texts produced by the government on the conditions imposed on meetings. In no way will the debate be truncated as some would have us believe, handling the controversy when the current period calls for action and responsibility. “

200,000 masks will be distributed in Avignon from May 13

The City of Avignon has posted that as of May 13, 200,000 masks will be distributed free of charge to the people of Avignon. These are cloth masks. If people over 75 and people with disabilities will be delivered to their homes, the other age groups will be invited to come and collect their masks in their neighborhoods according to very specific procedures.

For the gendarmes of Saint-Rémy, masks with old uniforms

The 48 masks offered to the gendarmerie brigade of Saint-Rémy have been delivered. These masks were made from the old uniforms of the soldiers of Saint-Rémy.

Chef Ludovic Deletre of the Saint-Rémy-de-Provence gendarmerie brigade had contact with a group of seamstresses in the town. He gave them some old used service pants and these seamstresses made two masks for each member of the unit.

In return, the wife of chef Deletre made key chains to thank the donors.

Lapalud: residents of Kerchêne take up the dance challenge

A small challenge “dance in confinement” was launched by Justine from the association “Danse ta vie”. Guillaume author and singer is accompanied by his daughters. Only resident volunteers participated in this challenge! He was raised hands down with great enthusiasm and happiness!

The “Neighbors’ Day”, postponed to September 18, becomes “united”

In Carpentras, the “Neighbors’ Day”, which was originally scheduled to take place on Friday, May 29, has been postponed to September 18 due to the Covid-19 crisis.

The organizing association wishes to organize this in two stages:

– “The Neighbors Day” is postponed to Friday, September 18 and will be renamed “Solidarity Neighbors Day” to celebrate this magnificent outpouring of generosity and solidarity caused by the situation of millions of French people in recent months.

– On Friday May 29, everyone is invited to party all the while being confined with the “Neighbors’ Party with balconies and windows”, together but otherwise, scrupulously respecting the barrier gestures.

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Unions call for mobilization … confined and connected

No street parade this year for May 1st, due to confinement. Appointment therefore for trade union organizations on social networks, at the call of the Vaucluse inter-union (Solidaires, CGT, FO, FSU, UNL and UNEF. “Everyone will take a photo with their demands, chasubles, slogans… in order to create a virtual event ”, explains Thierry Juny, from Solidaires.

In a joint press release, the departmental unions CGT, FO, FSU and Solidaires de Vaucluse and youth organizations UNL and UNEF call for mobilization on May 1. A confined mobilization which will result in “signs, banners, invading social networks”.

“We will bring this May 1, 2020, although confined, the claims which are more relevant than ever:

The pension plan by points, fought and rejected massively since December 2019, the counter-reform of unemployment insurance, the law of “transformation” of the Public Service like the Macron ordinances which put an end to the existence of Health, Safety and Working Conditions Committees should be removed. ”

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Small and medium-sized businesses: a videoconference before deconfinement

Before the deconfinement planned for May 11, the CPME 84 (Confederation of small and medium-sized enterprises of Vaucluse) and the law firm PVB AVOCATS will organize for SMEs a videoconference allowing them to identify in a synthetic and practical way the steps not to be missed ensuring a safe and efficient resumption of activity. It will take place on Tuesday May 5 at 2:30 p.m. For your questions: contact@cpme84.org

In particular, the following points will be addressed:

– Social law: adaptation of human resources (security of staff and premises, review of working conditions, anticipation of social measures for economic protection)

– Commercial leases: rent suspensions / negotiations to be carried out

– Company law: how to manage the annual general meeting?

Good morning all. Stay home !

Every day, we offer a live to give you the latest news. To watch our live from Wednesday April 29, follow this link.

As part of the campaign to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus, measures to strictly reduce travel outside the home are taken until May 10, inclusive.

1. In order to avoid any grouping of people, each citizen is invited to stay at home. Only trips meeting the following scenarios are authorized: commuting to work when the professional activity cannot be postponed; supply of basic necessities; medical outings; travel for compelling family reasons; short outings close to home intended for individual physical activity and the needs of pets.

People wishing to benefit from this special regime must have a travel certificate for each of their trips outside their home.

2. With regard to commuting to work where the professional activity cannot be postponed, a specific certificate to be completed by the employer is now downloadable online.