To prevent an eventual ‘second wave’ of the virus, and break the chains of transmission, the government has put in place StopCovid.
The phenomena of blogging had exploded onto our screens long before the current sanitary crisis. However, in the current confinement, blogs are a link to the outside world, to something beyond our own four walls… to people other than our immediate family, pets or reflections in the mirror!
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Covid 19 Update with CSF Languedoc To help keep English-speaking residents and visitors to the region informed, CSF Languedoc have been sharing bulletins of extremely useful information. Taken from verified government sources, this is a…
This afternoon, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe outlined the different elements of the second phase of France’s déconfinement strategy. Here’s a breakdown of what has been decided.
Callinectes sapidus (coming from the Greek calli meaning “beautiful”, nectes meaning “swimmer”, and the Latin sapidus meaning”savoury”), or, easier to pronounce, the ‘Blue Crab’, has arrived in the P-O.
Whether you’re for or against the hunt, its presence is inescapable in the P-O.
Traditional British style sausages and bacon back in the P-O
A review of Comings and Goings in Céret ; a crime comedy set in 17th century Céret
The P-O is on red alert for pollen allergy. According to the RNSA (National Aerobiological Surveillance Network), responsible for the analysis of the content of the air, cypress pollen is at a particularly high level in our region as well as the Hérault, Aude, Lozère, Aveyron and Tarn.