“We will be able to find the terraces, return to the theater, the cinema, the museum … with rules, of course, but life will begin to resume its course!” In an interview published on Monday May 10 by The Parisian, Prime Minister Jean Castex displays his optimism and assures that France is “in the process of leaving permanently” of the health crisis due to Covid-19.
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In this interview, the head of government unveils a three-level timetable for the lifting of restrictions in many sectors of activity. Be careful, however: these stages, scheduled for May 19, June 9 and June 30, may be delayed locally if the incidence rate of the virus goes above 400, as Emmanuel Macron had said.
Another element to keep in mind: despite the lifting of restrictions, the health protocol and barrier gestures will continue to apply. Wearing a mask should thus remain compulsory at least until the summer, explained the Minister of Health Olivier Véran at the beginning of the month.
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