France's ski lifts very likely to stay closed for rest of season - govt source

Reuters | Paris | Updated: 20-01-2021 18:34 IST | Created: 20-01-2021 17:11 IST
France's ski lifts very likely to stay closed for rest of season - govt source
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France's ski lifts will very likely stay closed until the end of the season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a government source told Reuters on Wednesday.

French ski resorts can welcome tourists but the lifts haven't opened since the beginning of the season.

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