France, via restrictions on travel and self-certifications
Signs of a slow return to normality in France, where some restrictions decided by the government to curb infections are no longer in force. In what is the first of four phases of the country’s reopening, the ban on moving more than 10 kilometers from one’s home without a valid reason falls away. It becomes possible, therefore, to move between the various French regions. Linked to this provision is also the revocation of the self-certification obligation for travel between 6 and 19, the time when the night curfew is confirmed. Furthermore, entry into France is again permitted for reasons such as tourism or visits to relatives from EU countries and seven non-EU countries, including the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand. As for the school, from today the lessons return in attendance even in high school, although, depending on the local epidemiological situation, there is the possibility of continuing the dad up to 50%. From 19 May, if the situation allows it, the curfew should be moved to 9 pm and restaurants will be able to reopen, but only outdoors, as well as museums, theaters, cinemas, art galleries and shops.