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here are the new travel certificates

France begins the first phase of its deconfinement on Monday, May 3. If this date marks the end of the 10 km limit, the curfew remains in place at 7 p.m. and new travel certificates are issued.

Let’s go ! After several weeks of sealing, France begins on Monday, May 3 the first phase of its deconfinement. This date marks the end of the 10 km limit and the restriction of inter-regional travel. No need to have a certificate to be able to travel during the day.

Curfew maintained at 7 p.m.

On the other hand, it will always take one in the evening and at night because the curfew remains between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. across the country.

The Ministry of the Interior has just published a new travel certificate on its website. The document is downloadable (available in .pdf, .docx, .txt, digital and English formats) or can be written on plain paper. Click here to download.

Six reasons for exceptional travel

There is now six exceptional travel grounds :

  • Professional activity, education and training, general interest mission
  • Health (consultation and care)
  • Compelling family reason, assistance to vulnerable people, childcare, disability situation
  • Judicial or administrative summons, procedures that cannot be carried out remotely
  • Travel related to transfers or transits from stations or airports as part of long-distance journeys
  • Pets (within a radius of 1 km around the home).

This new certificate should be in effect until June 30, date on which the curfew could be lifted. Until then, and if the health situation allows it, it will be gradually shifted: at 9 p.m. on May 19 and at 11 p.m. on June 9.

https://twitter.com/gouvernementFR/status/1388886179387518976?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

As a reminder, failure to comply with the curfew may result in a fine of 135 € (increased to € 375 in the event of non-payment or non-dispute within the time limit indicated on the notice of violation), or even € 200 in the event of a repeat offense within 15 days (increased to € 450). It can even go up to 3,750 € fine and 6 months imprisonment if you are guilty of 3 offenses in the space of 30 days.

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