The total number of deaths also rose by 26 in the same 24-hour period, bringing France's death toll from coronavirus to 31,274 since March.
Infections in Europe are now higher than they were at the peak of the pandemic in March.
Thousands protested job cuts and wages as COVID-19 cases rise in France.
The stricter measures announced in Bordeaux and Marseille follow a surge in new cases. The French government wants to avoid a new nationwide lockdown.
That is despite the country's healthcare system being at breaking point, with hospital beds filling up with COVID-19 cases and medicine reserves running low.
A nationwide day to remember those lost to COVID-19 six months after the UK’s first coronavirus death will take place on September 5. While national mourning has taken place in other countries, politics has put a stop to collective grieving.
Our bureau in Brussels takes a look at some of the key stories in Europe this week.
Around 200 passengers that were on the Zante-Cardiff flight have now been asked to self-isolate for two weeks.
New York City galleries and museums have opened their doors to visitors after being forced to close by the coronavirus pandemic
France recorded 6,111 new cases of coronavirus in 24 hours, its highest number of infections since the end of lockdown.
WHO's Europe chief said autumn and winter would pose a "tricky situation" with schools reopening, the onset of the flu season and increased mortality among older people in winter months in general.
The Belgian foreign ministry has banned travel to the French capital amid a rise in COVID-19 cases.
Technology companies have a responsibility to help shape a fairer, more inclusive and more sustainable future post-COVID-19.
The aim is to bring the COVID-19 pandemic under control by pooling resources and sharing any potential vaccine with participating countries, the WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said.
With brothels not keeping an official registry of clients, authorities in Castilla La Mancha haven’t been able to contact trace people who may have been exposed
The Taoiseach said the resignation of his second agriculture minister in 54 days was "the right decision for the country."
Brazil is the second-most impacted country by COVID-19 with more than three million cases and 100,000 deaths.
The UK is keeping its quarantine list under review, having already reimposed quarantines on people arriving in the country from Spain and Luxembourg.
India hits 2 million coronavirus cases as deaths pass 40,000
On Thursday, Germany's health minister Jens Spahn said there were a lot of small outbreaks and that "people are getting infected at family parties, at their place of work or at community facilities.”
"Today, I got tested for coronavirus and it was positive. I will self-isolate for the next two weeks," Kosovan Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti wrote on Facebook on Sunday.
Spain is suffering its worst tourist season ever as fears and restrictions over coronavirus prevent people from taking the risk of traveling abroad
More desperate people are poaching in game reserves to get by, but they're different from the professionals who kill rhinos for their horns.
Pedro Sanchez has condemned the British government's decision to impose a quarantine on all travellers returning from Spain.
Shortly after disclosing the negative result, Bolsonaro left the presidential residence on a motorcycle and greeted supporters.
Meanwhile, US infections are close to hit the four million mark.