News and information in Paris and Ile-de-France on Wednesday, 18 May 2022

By the editorial team · Photos by My B. · Published on May 17, 2022, 19:00.

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In the blink of an eye, access all information updated in real time about traffic and traffic in Paris. Metro RER and RATP buses, their work, traffic, major events and demonstrations, we give you all the practical information you need to know before you head out in Paris on Wednesday, 18 May 2022. [Lire la suite]

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What’s the weather like in Paris and Île-de-France right now? Follow the weather forecast every day before making your itinerary. Whether it’s rainy, snowy, sunny, cold or hot, sunny or bad, the capital is yours! Your weather forecast for Paris and Île-de-France for Wednesday, May 18, 2022 [Lire la suite]

Visual Paris Champs de Mars Eiffel TowerVisual Paris Champs de Mars Eiffel TowerVisual Paris Champs de Mars Eiffel TowerVisual Paris Champs de Mars Eiffel Tower What to do this week in Paris from 16-22 May 2022?
It’s impossible to be bored in Paris: dozens of events and appointments await us every day! This week from 16 to 22 May 2022 is no exception: between exhibitions, concerts, new restaurants, shows and other family outings, there is always something to enjoy. Looking for your next trip? Follow this week’s must-do activity guide! [Lire la suite]

What to do this weekend in Paris and Île-de-France on 13, 14 and 15 May 2022?What to do this weekend in Paris and Île-de-France on 13, 14 and 15 May 2022?What to do this weekend in Paris and Île-de-France on 13, 14 and 15 May 2022?What to do this weekend in Paris and Île-de-France on 13, 14 and 15 May 2022? What to do this weekend in Paris and Île-de-France on 20, 21 and 22 May 2022?
What are we doing in Paris and Île-de-France for this new weekend, Friday, May 20, Saturday, May 21, and Sunday, May 22, 2022? An open-air cinema, a feast of colors, a sound and light show in a magical castle, as well as exhibitions, beautiful walks, the excitement of the cinema, shopping at the theater and happiness without forgetting sports… Yes, there will be. There are many excursions this weekend, but we do not forget about the barrier movements. In this way, discover the list of possibilities and events that will be held in Paris and Île-de-France on 20, 21 and 22 May 2022. [Lire la suite]

Covid vaccine: 66.66% of the French population got the first vaccine Covid vaccine: 66.66% of the French population got the first vaccine Covid vaccine: 66.66% of the French population got the first vaccine Covid vaccine: 66.66% of the French population got the first vaccine Covid vaccine: 81.0% of French are vaccinated for the first time, 59.3% receive additional doses
As of Monday, May 16, 2022, 81.0% of the French population received at least one dose of vaccine, of which 79.7% received a full vaccination schedule. 59.3% of French people received additional doses. [Lire la suite]

Image Paris, Meurice suite Etoile - View of the Eiffel TowerImage Paris, Meurice suite Etoile - View of the Eiffel TowerImage Paris, Meurice suite Etoile - View of the Eiffel TowerImage Paris, Meurice suite Etoile - View of the Eiffel Tower Omicron: Spread of Covid variant by department in Île de France
How does the omicron variant develop in Île-de-France? Here is the percentage spread of this variant of the coronavirus by department in Paris, Seine-et-Marne, Yvelines, Essonne, Hauts-de-Seine, Seine-Saint-Denis, Val-de-Marne. Val d’Oise. [Lire la suite]

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According to data.gouv.fr, as of Tuesday, May 17, 2022, 94.76% of Omicron variant cases were suspected in Paris. This mutation would now largely be in the majority in the capital. [Lire la suite]

Mosquitoes, flies, moths: how to prevent insects from entering through the window?Mosquitoes, flies, moths: how to prevent insects from entering through the window?Mosquitoes, flies, moths: how to prevent insects from entering through the window?Mosquitoes, flies, moths: how to prevent insects from entering through the window? Mosquitoes, flies, moths: how to prevent insects from entering through the window?
The return of summer also means the return of mosquitoes and other insects, ready to do anything to colonize our homes. How to ventilate the rooms without bringing all these troubles? Some tips… [Lire la suite]

Covid: Elisabeth Borne tests positive for coronavirus, minister says she felt some symptomsCovid: Elisabeth Borne tests positive for coronavirus, minister says she felt some symptomsCovid: Elisabeth Borne tests positive for coronavirus, minister says she felt some symptomsCovid: Elisabeth Borne tests positive for coronavirus, minister says she felt some symptoms Elisabeth Borne at Matignon: Should we say Prime Minister or Prime Minister?
Elisabeth Borne was appointed head of the French government. The former Minister of Labor is the second woman to hold this position. [Lire la suite]

Paid leave: Is it possible to postpone unused days until after 31 May?Paid leave: Is it possible to postpone unused days until after 31 May?Paid leave: Is it possible to postpone unused days until after 31 May?Paid leave: Is it possible to postpone unused days until after 31 May? Paid leave: Is it possible to postpone unused days until after 31 May?
The May 31 deadline is fast approaching and you still have paid leave to ask? So, is it possible to transfer your non-discount days to the next year? We answer you. [Lire la suite]

Visual Paris Eiffel Tower streetVisual Paris Eiffel Tower streetVisual Paris Eiffel Tower streetVisual Paris Eiffel Tower street Real estate in Paris: 5 districts now under 10,000 euros per square meter
How is the real estate market in Paris? According to a study by MeilleursAgents, prices in Paris are still falling sharply, falling below the symbolic bar of 10,000 euros per square meter in 5 regions. So what are they? We answer you. [Lire la suite]

Covid: Elisabeth Borne tests positive for coronavirus, minister says she felt some symptomsCovid: Elisabeth Borne tests positive for coronavirus, minister says she felt some symptomsCovid: Elisabeth Borne tests positive for coronavirus, minister says she felt some symptomsCovid: Elisabeth Borne tests positive for coronavirus, minister says she felt some symptoms PM: Elisabeth Borne appointed as new head of government, Matignon?
Emmanuel Macron has finally revealed the identity of his brand new Prime Minister: more precisely a Prime Minister, Elisabeth Borne, former Minister of Labor in Jean Castex’s last government. The President announced that Matignon’s new tenant aims to achieve the ecological transition. [Lire la suite]

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Are you bored with flea markets, garage sales and casual markets in Paris? This new weekend, Saturday, May 21 and Sunday, May 22, 2022, discover the list of opportunities for obsolescence and good business in Paris!
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Top chef Thomas Chisholm seriously injured by knife in ParisTop chef Thomas Chisholm seriously injured by knife in ParisTop chef Thomas Chisholm seriously injured by knife in ParisTop chef Thomas Chisholm seriously injured by knife in Paris Chef Thomas Chisholm seriously injured by knife in Paris
Chef Thomas Chisholm was seriously injured overnight from Sunday to Monday after receiving several stab wounds while leaving the Taste of Paris 2022 festival. [Lire la suite]

Podcast of the week's broadcasts from November 25 to December 1, 2019Podcast of the week's broadcasts from November 25 to December 1, 2019Podcast of the week's broadcasts from November 25 to December 1, 2019Podcast of the week's broadcasts from November 25 to December 1, 2019 Podcast: What to do in Paris from 16 to 22 May 2022
Would you like to go out with this beautiful weather on the horizon? Sortiraparis plans for this and brings you its podcast dedicated to the best possible trips in the capital! Europa Experience, Kibo no Ki, Koh Lanta fun in France Miniatures… Let’s listen to the podcast of the week! [Lire la suite]

End of the subway ticket book: Take part in a monumental and collaborative work of art in ParisEnd of the subway ticket book: Take part in a monumental and collaborative work of art in ParisEnd of the subway ticket book: Take part in a monumental and collaborative work of art in ParisEnd of the subway ticket book: Take part in a monumental and collaborative work of art in Paris End of the subway ticket book: Take part in a monumental and collaborative work of art in Paris
This spring in Paris, get ready to discover a monumental and collaborative work of art made from used subway tickets! The famous cardboard t+ ticket is about to disappear in a few months, as Île-de-France Mobilités invites you to participate in this extraordinary experience. Meet at one of the event’s ten Paris partner stations from 6 to 18 May 2022 to drop off your used Metro tickets. His latest street art work will be exhibited at Gare Saint-Lazare on May 20. [Lire la suite]