After a string of deadly attacks, Paris’ capital is being flooded with thousands of people trying to get around the city, which has seen a string.

But how safe is it?

The French government has released an infographic detailing the safety measures that are being taken in the city and how to keep yourself and your belongings safe.

The city is under constant threat from terrorists, so the government is looking at how to protect citizens while keeping them safe, says the infographic, released on Tuesday.

“In terms of security, Paris is being attacked by terrorists and it is a dangerous time,” said Mayor Anne Hidalgo in a press conference.

“Paris has a history of being a very safe city.

It has been a safe city for over 100 years.”

There are some important changes to keep you and your stuff safe: The metro is being rebuilt, and it will be more crowded, so people are using the metro to travel between the city’s central stations, which are not crowded.

The metro will be built in the south of the city instead of the north, and will be a much more safe option.

In the east, Paris has been under lockdown since last week.

However, the city is still not under siege as the terrorist threat is much higher there.

The Paris Metro has been shut down due to terrorist threats, but it has reopened to the public.

The main airport has been closed to visitors since Sunday, and the metro is running on a backup schedule.

Hidalgo says Paris is still being attacked, but the city has been rebuilt and has reopened.

She says the capital is safe to visit and has never experienced an attack like the one on November 13.

Paris is under a state of emergency, meaning that the French government does not officially allow people to enter the city.

The government is working with the French parliament to come up with new legislation, and Hidalgos plans to present it to the country’s voters on February 18.