Understanding what you can and can’t do post-confinement

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If you live in a Red zone: what you will be allowed to do on May 11

  • Travel between red zones and green zones will be authorized from May 11, within the limit of 100km from your home.
  • Gatherings will be authorized but limited to 10 people.
  • At home, parties will be allowed, also limited to 10 people.
  • Jogging, walking, or cycling will be possible from May 11, within the limit of the 100km, 10 participants maximum and a 10m distance between participants.
  • From May 11 you can finally go to the hairdresser or the beautician. 
Red zone: what you will NOT be allowed to do on May 11
  • For indoor, group or contact sports, the ban remains unchanged until further notice. No boxing, no karate, no football, or rugby.
  • Despite the reopening of places of worship, they will not be allowed to organize religious ceremonies until June 2.
  • All public parks and gardens will not reopen.
  • In the red zone, unlike the green zone, museums - even small ones - will remain closed until further notice.
  • Cinemas, restaurants and theatres will remain closed until further notice.
Green zone: what you will be allowed to do on May 11
  • Travel between red zones and green zones will be authorized from May 11, within the limit of 100km from your home.
  • As of May 11, you will be able to organize a family meal, respecting the limit of the authorized 100km and with a maximum of 10 people. Same as for the red zone for outdoor gatherings or parties.
  • In the green zone, the parks and gardens should reopen from May 11. You will therefore be able to go for a walk and even have a picnic (up to a maximum of 10 people allowed.)
  • In the green zone, many shops and boutiques will be able to reopen.
  • As of May 11, you will be able to go to the hairdresser or the beautician.
  • In the green zone, certain smaller museums - will be authorized to reopen their doors.
Green zone: what you will NOT be allowed to do on May 11
  • From May 11, you will still not be able to go to the movies, restaurants, or theatres, as they are closed at least until June 2.
  • Access to beaches will also remain prohibited until at least June 2.
  • Places of worship and town halls will not be authorized to celebrate marriages until at least June 2.

Full information (in French) can be found here: https://solidarites-sante.gouv.fr/soins-et-maladies/maladies/maladies-infectieuses/coronavirus/


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