Emmanuel Macron announced in a televised speech on Wednesday that the captivity across the national territory will return from Friday until 1in December, at least. Here’s what to remember:
• Nurseries, schools and secondary schools will remain open with strengthened health protocols. Conversely, higher education faculties and institutions provide online courses.
• “The activity will continue with more intensity, Macron said, which means that public service counters will remain open, factories, farms, buildings and public works will continue to operate. ” But wherever possible, teleworking will become mainstream again. Businesses defined in the spring as non-essential, publicly accessible establishments, including bars and restaurants, will be closed. Employees and employers who cannot work will continue to benefit from partial unemployment.
• You will need a certificate again to go to work, go to a medical appointment, help a loved one, shop or take the air near their home.
• Resuscitation capacity will be increased to 10,000 beds, ie double the initial number.
• Nursing and retirement homes can be visited.
• Cemeteries will remain open.
• Travel from one region to another is prohibited, except for returning from All Saints holidays.
• The internal borders of the European area will remain open and with some exceptions, the external borders will remain closed. Compulsory rapid tests for Covid-19 will be used for all arrivals at ports, airports and for international travel.
• Regular updates are made on the evolution of the epidemic “every fifteen days”, specifically to assess the possibility of reopening shops.
• The strategy of screening tests and contact tracking will be relocated “After the epidemic peak has passed” a “These tools should allow us to hold out until the vaccine”, expected “In the summer, scientists tell us”.