Posted on Nov 26, 2020

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France’s President Emmanuel Macron spoke on Tuesday November 24, 2020 with information on the next steps regarding COVID 19 restrictions. Cases have dropped, however Macron wants to avoid a third wave and a third lockdown by still being vigilant. Here is a summary:
- Commerce and shops can re-open starting Saturday November 28, 2020
- Bars & Restaurants will remain closed until January 20, 2021
- Ski lifts will NOT open for Christmas and New Year’s. A decision on ski areas opening for the Winter 2021 season will be communicated in about 10 days time.
- Justification to go to supermarkets, exercise, moving around is still required until December 15, 2020.
- Working from home is still required when possible.
- Kids continue going to school.
- Universities will resume in-class teaching on January 20, 2021.
- Curfew from 9pm until 7am will be in place even after the provisional de-confinement on December 15, 2020.
- The curfew will be relaxed on December 24th and December 31st so people can visit and gather with family.
- Starting on Saturday November 28 exercise time and distance is extended to 3 hours and up to 20km compared to the previous 1 hour and 1km radius.
- A vaccination campaign will start at the end of December with the elderly and most vulnerable people treated first. He emphasized that the vaccine would not be mandatory.

Check out the full update on our sister companies site -
https://www.hautewedding.co.uk/covid-updates-in-france/
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