At Saturday August 8 an open air rave party which has no permission to take place attracted almost 10,000 people to a far off mountain area in the Cévennes national park while there was no rules about social distancing and safety measures. In addition many small children participate acoording to local authorities.You can watch the videos below. (Cover Photo:Instagram: pollypotek /alexandregomez15:)
Local authorities said to have been overpowered by the numbers pulled in to the region, and at first security forces secured the occasion creating a lock down, blocking anybody from entering or leaving because of the danger of spreading Covid-19.
They at first closed off the zone at the end of the week to forestall new people to join the event. Police also made alcohol tests of those leaving and fine some people guaranteeing there were no traffic jam on streets.
After all this people were as a rule step by step permitted to leave and by Monday evening around 4,500 individuals were as yet present at the site.
Somewhere in the range of 10,000 individuals in many vehicles arrived to the site around 12 PM on Saturday for the party that mocked a prohibition on social affairs of in excess of 5,000 individuals forced due to the coronavirus.
Lozère is France's least crowded locale and has been saved the most exceedingly terrible of the coronavirus pandemic up until this point, which has prompted in excess of 30,000 passings the nation over.
Farmers were likewise irate that the ravers harmed the fields.