France canceled a parade celebrating Bastille Day

Instead of a parade, it was decided to pay tribute to the medical workers.
France decided not to hold a military parade on the occasion of Bastille Day, so as not to violate the norms of social distance.

Instead of a parade, a ceremony will be held in honor of health workers involved in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

The annual parade has been held on July 14 on the Champs-Elysees since the First World War.

This year the event will be held in a truncated format: an air parade dedicated to doctors and everyone involved in the fight against coronavirus will take place, the Elysee Palace reported.

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