Europe turns to curfews to fight coronavirus

As the wan winter sun sets over France’s Champagne region, the countdown clock kicks in.

Laborers stop pruning vines as the light fades about 4:30 p.m., leaving them 90 minutes to come in from the cold, change out of their work clothes, hop in their cars and zoom home before a 6 p.m. coronavirus curfew.

Forget about after-work socializing with friends, afterschool clubs for children or evening shopping beyond quick trips for essentials. Police on patrol demand valid reasons from people out…

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