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Bedbugs in France, govt takes drastic measures for eradication

Even participants in recent Paris Fashion Week reported bedbug problems

by NWMNewsDesk
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France is coping with a growing issue of bedbugs, particularly in Paris.

Bedbugs problems have spread to various tourist spots, trains, and hotels in the country, causing concern among authorities.

With Paris gearing up to host the Olympic Games next year, the French government is taking proactive measures to tackle the bedbug infestations.

A high-level meeting was recently held to discuss strategies for dealing with the bedbug problem in the city.

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One of the key decisions made during the meeting was to employ trained dogs to help locate and eliminate these pests.

Even participants in the recent Paris Fashion Week reported bedbug problems, highlighting the widespread nature of the issue.

French authorities are seriously addressing the bedbug problem, especially in Paris, and are taking significant steps to combat the infestations.

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