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Deconfinement and curfew at 11 p.m.: the travel certificate

The curfew was pushed back from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Wednesday, June 9. Here are the new travel certificates which now allow travel between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m.

Wednesday June 9 marked a new step in the deconfinement strategy set up by the government.

Since that day, teleworking has been made more flexible, cultural and sporting venues can accommodate more audiences (up to 5,000 people provided they have a health pass), sports halls and swimming pools have reopened for everyone, with the capacity to reception of cinemas almost doubles (the gauge goes to 65%) and cafes and restaurants can now accommodate their customers indoors with a gauge of 50 % and a limit of 6 people per table.

Another measure and not the least: the curfew is pushed back by two hours and goes from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. throughout mainland France. Consequence of this development, a new derogatory certificate is created. She stays compulsory for all trips made between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. in the morning.

What derogatory grounds?

Six reasons for travel appear on this new certificate. It is therefore still possible to travel between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. for the following reasons:

  • 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 one kilometer from their home)

This new certificate is available online on the website of the Ministry of the Interior. It is downloadable (available in .pdf, .docx, .txt, FALC, digital and English formats) or can be written on plain paper. To download it, click here.

Penalties for non-compliance with the curfew

In the absence of an exemption, traveling between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. 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 € 200 in the event of a repeat offense within 15 days (increased to € 450 in the event of non-payment or of non-contestation within the time limit indicated on the notice of contravention). Or even up to 3,750 € and 6 months imprisonment after 3 offenses in 30 days.

Good news to finish: if the health situation allows it, the curfew must definitively disappear on June 30,

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