The information you should not miss this week in Côte d’Or

About 600 people demonstrated this Thursday in Dijon

Credit: Photo K6FM

Anti-COVID measures at school were changed this week for the 3rd time since the start of the school year in early January, provoking the exasperation and anger of teachers, school directors and school staff. A national demonstration took place this Thursday everywhere in France, and 600 people demonstrated in Dijon. We were there.

At the same time, the number of new positive cases has increased further in the schools of the Dijon academy. The rectorate indicated this Friday that more than 1,300 cases were recorded this week in schools, colleges and high schools in Côte-d’Or.

This health crisis has consequences for the operation of public transport in the Dijon metropolitan area. The absence of drivers contaminated by the virus forced the management of Divia to reduce tram traffic.

On another subject, this week we offered you an interview with Martial Mathiron, mayor of Genlis for a year and a half, who told us about the projects planned in his commune for this new year.

In sport, the handball players of the JDA Dijon were traveling to Nantes on Wednesday. After a hotly contested match, the Dijon players lost 28-25. They will receive the Paris 92 team next Wednesday at the Palais des Sports.

Finally, in football, the case is about to be concluded, Grégory Coupet could very soon leave the DFCO to go to Bordeaux.

Have a nice week end !


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