Confinement II, dos and donts
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Quick and helpful info about the confinement, so you know what to do and avoid the 135 Euro fine 🙂
From November 28 in the morning
From this Saturday on, going for a walk
or having outdoor physical activities will be allowed within a radius of 20 km around the place of confinement, and for three hours maximum.
Besides, extra-curricular activities will be authorized again, including religious services, which will nevertheless be limited to 30 people.
Finally, all shops will be able to reopen and home services resume, but within the framework of a strict sanitary protocol and until 9 p.m. at the latest. This also applies to libraries, record stores, and archives.
In any case, the system of the self-delivered certificates will remain mandatory.
And it will be necessary to continue to stay at home as much as possible, to telework when possible, and to give up on private meetings, family gatherings, and all unnecessary travel.
From December 15th
The second series of constraint reductions will come into force on December 15, if the number of new daily contaminations remains below 5,000. In that case, confinement can be lifted, allowing to move freely without a self-delivered certificate, including between regions, and spend Christmas with family.
A curfew will be in effect throughout the territory between 9 p.m. and 7 a.m., except the evenings of December 24 and December 31. Public gatherings will nevertheless remain prohibited on these evenings.
Extra-curricular indoor activities will be again authorized. Theaters, cinemas, and museums will be able to reopen, again following strict health protocol. However, large gatherings will remain prohibited, as well as all festive gatherings in dedicated venues. Bars, restaurants, nightclubs, and theme parks will therefore not be affected by the reopening. Nothing is decided yet for the ski resorts, but expect January rather than December
From January 20
If the numbers of the epidemic continue to fall, sports halls and restaurants will reopen, including the curfew lift.
Last but not least, high schools can be fully reopened and accommodate all pupils on their premises.
From February 3
Two weeks later, the universities will be able to resume under the same conditions. From that date on, an assessment will take place every two weeks, to decide on new opening measures.
Source: France Info https://bit.ly/2V6vGGN