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The heat wave is expected to hit the south of France on Monday, then move north
It will be hot, still very hot. With 35 to 39 degrees forecast for Monday, five departments in the south of France were placed under orange vigilance on Sunday before a new episode of heat wave, which should rise northwards on Tuesday and Wednesday. On the scale of France, the peak of heat is expected for Wednesday.
Ardèche (07), Drôme (26), Gard (30), Pyrénées-Orientales (66) and Vaucluse (84) were to go through a “new heat wave episode whose intensity and duration will be less than those of the previous episode” , said Météo-France in a bulletin on Sunday. The ten other departments in the south-eastern quarter of France have been put on yellow alert.
Covid-19, Livret A, Smic… Everything that changes on August 1, 2022
It’s the middle of summer, but that’s no reason not to change anything before the start of the school year. So like every beginning of the month in France, various new features that concern everyday life are on the way.
This August 1, 2022 notably marks the end of the exceptional measures for the management of the Covid-19 pandemic, and the farewell to the Scientific Council. But it is also a question of money, with the revaluation of the passbook A rate. As well as that of the minimum wage, in parallel with galloping inflation. Finally, on the transport side, the pump shed is maintained.
The English beat Germany and are crowned European champions
Tough, disputed, tactical, the final of the Euro football championship, which offered England its first women’s trophy, against Germany (2-1 ap), Sunday at Wembley, in front of a record crowd, was the culmination of a competition that has proven the spectacular progress of recent years.
England have finally broken their long wait, since the 1966 World Cup won by the men, and it is to their women’s team that they owe it: “Football’s coming home”, the anthem unofficial national selections can finally resonate on an air that is not ironic. Inflicting on the Germans their first defeat in the final of a Euro, they who have won 8 out of 13 editions, the English have finished conquering the heart of a country which has gradually taken to the game.