France: The Palace, the world’s largest film festival and the Cannes Film Festival, is now home to the homeless.
This year’s Cannes Film Festival has been postponed due to the outbreak of coronavirus. It was then decided to give the palace a temporary residence for the homeless.
Cancer Mayor David Lisnard said the move was necessary to protect the homeless and the entire population in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Festival organizers add that when everyone in the country is going through a major crisis, it is essential to support them.
The Cannes Film Festival, scheduled to be held from May 12 to 23, has been postponed due to a nationwide lock-down to prevent the spread of coronaviruses. The festival, scheduled for May 12 and 23, will be held in June or July, officials said. The film festival is held every year in Cannes, France.
More than 2,000 people have died in France since the Corona outbreak.