Emmanuel Macron announced the deconfinement schedule. Update on what will be authorized from May 3, and after.
Although the government has never used the term containment to the restrictive measures of recent weeks, in fact, many see the announcements planned by Emmanuel Macron as a deconfinement. The President will speak in the regional press on April 29, but the main measures have already been revealed. The point on which will be possible from May 3 ; and the timing of the gradual relaxation of restrictions.
From this Monday, May 3, restrictions on movement will be raised by the government. In practice, there is no longer a 10 km limit for your personal trips, and therefore no longer need a certificate. The ban on travel between regions is also lifted. The schools will gradually be reopened.
On the other hand, beware of excess optimism during your travels: the national curfew is maintained at 7 p.m.. From this time, you will need a certificate to travel, as has been the case for several weeks. Telecommuting must also always be generalized, and non-essential businesses will remain closed.
The government will also announce a timetable for a gradual return to normalcy, spread out until this summer. These different stages will be conditioned by the evolution of covid-19 in France.
The sanitary pass will take the form of a proof of vaccine, a recent negative screening test, or a positive test of more than 15 days (“certificate of recovery”). Everything will probably go through theapplication TousAntiCovid.
Source: The World
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