“The restaurateurs drink each time”, plague Ghislaine Arabian

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Guest of Europe Soir, the star chef Ghislaine Arabian explains not understanding the curfew announced by Emmanuel Macron. Synonymous with a new sledgehammer for a sector hard hit by the coronavirus crisis, she believes that the profession "can die" with this new measure.


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Guest of Europe Soir, the star chef Ghislaine Arabian explains not understanding the curfew announced by Emmanuel Macron. Synonymous with a new sledgehammer for a sector hard hit by the coronavirus crisis, she believes that the profession “can die” with this new measure.

Containment, health protocol, total and then partial closure in the maximum alert zone, and now the curfew. It’s a new blow of the club that gave this Wednesday evening Emmanuel Macron to restaurateurs by announcing the strict limitation of travel between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. in eight cities and the Ile-de-France region. “It’s still us who drink each time”, plague at the microphone of Europe Evening Ghislaine Arabian, star chef and former jury of the show Top chef.

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“It is not the lunch service that will keep us alive”

“I’m angry,” she confides in the wake of the presidential announcements. While she admits that action had to be taken in view of the resurgence of coronavirus in France, it “does not understand” this curfew. “We are told it will last between four and six weeks, but we can all die! It is not the lunch service that will keep us alive.” But behind the anger expressed by Ghislaine Arabian there is also a great deal of misunderstanding and the impression that her profession has once again been singled out.

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“That revolts me”

“It’s not just restaurants and bars that can become clusters! At that point everything would have to be re-defined, I don’t understand this measure and it revolts me,” she concludes.

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