The announcements that we have been waiting for a little while have finally arrived. While Emmanuel Macron was initially supposed to detail the plan relating to the deconfinement this evening in an official speech, it was finally published yesterday, putting an end to the suspense as to the timetable for the reopening of the country, put under cover a third time on April 3 in order to stem the epidemic of Coronavirus. Of course, one should not expect complete freedom right away, while the different stages get along until the end of June, with no less than four deadlines, making it possible to return to an almost normal life , more than a year after the start of the pandemic in Europe. Discover now the dates to remember, as well as the various measures planned for the weeks to come.
May 3: end of confinement
The Monday, May 3 officially sounds the end of confinement, a month after its implementation throughout France. A long-awaited date therefore, synonymous with the end of daytime traffic restrictions. In concrete terms, you will again be able to do whatever you want without having to present a certificate. the 10-kilometer limit will be lifted, as will the ban on inter-regional travel. On the other hand, the curfew is still maintained at 7 p.m., and you will therefore have to be able to present a derogatory certificate if you have to leave your home after this time, otherwise you will be subject to a penalty. € 135 fine.
=> Find out how to download the travel certificate
May 19: reopening of shops
From May 19, you will again be able to go to your favorite stores, but also to the museum or the theater, with a limit of 800 people indoors and 1,000 outdoors. Better yet, the restaurants will once again be authorized to open their terraces, enough to enjoy a good meal with friends after a ride in the car, but always within the limit of six people at the table. Finally, the curfew will still be in effect, but this time will be pushed back to 9 p.m.
=> Find out the amount of the fine in the event of non-compliance with sanitary measures
June 9: full reopening of restaurants and lounges
We’re finally starting to see the end of the tunnel! From June 9, restaurants will finally be able to reopen their interior rooms, even if the limit of six customers at the table will still be in effect. You can then eliminate excess at the gym, since they can finally reopen, after more than six months of closure. Good news for athletes, who will also be able to go to the stadium, with a gauge set at 5,000 spectators. Fairs and shows can also take place again, which means the return of automotive events of all kinds, perfect for the return of sunny days! Finally, the curfew happening this time at 11 p.m., enough to enjoy the beautiful evenings of early summer with friends, but always respecting the barrier gestures, still in force.
June 19: all restrictions lifted
This is THE date we are all looking forward to. Because next June 19 will be synonymous with the end of all restrictions and other prohibitions, with the lifting of curfew and gauges, which means it will once again be possible to participate in events, eat out and come home late at night. Life, what! Local authorities will however still be able to impose limits for certain events, depending on the health situation, while the wearing of masks and social distancing will remain in place.
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