Life in Paris appears to be well on its way back to normal when it comes to the terraces of the cafés—for those under 65 at least—as the good doctor reports in his City Journal column.
But it is the terraces of the cafés that have really come alive. Looking at them, you would never know that anything untoward had ever happened. They practice no social-distancing measures, not even the pretense of them. The only noticeable difference is in the demographics of the customers: hardly a person over age 65 among them.