Fuel shortage: one in two stations out of service in Morbihan and Ille-et-Vilaine – Pension reform

Strikes and blockades against the pension reform lead to shortages at service stations in France and Brittany. And the situation is not improving, since now one out of two stations in Morbihan (50%) is in partial or total shortage of fuel, against 49% the day before. In Ille-et-Vilaine, where the increase is stronger, 51% of stations are now out of stock (+10% in 24 hours).

Finistère is doing the best

In the other two Breton departments, the situation is less alarming, but the stations in short supply are progressing strongly. In the Côtes-d’Armor, 39 stations out of 126 (31%) are partially or completely out of service. Finistère has 28% of stations in difficulty (45 stations out of 163).

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