'No regrets': France's Macron defends measures against Covid-19 surge

With France now Europe’s latest virus danger zone, Macron on Wednesday ordered temporary school closures nationwide and new travel restrictions. But he resisted calls for a strict lockdown, instead sticking broadly to his strategy, a “third way” between freedom and confinement meant to keep both infections and a restless populace under control until mass vaccinations take over. FRANCE 24's International Affairs Commentator Douglas Herbert tells us more.