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Great news for the over 55’s – from 12 April you can be vaccinated!    The Health Minister, Olivier Véran has also announced that the time between the two doses will now be to 42 days for Pfizer & Moderna.

As “light  lockdown” extends from 3 April to the whole of France for four weeks, here are the headlines:

  • Evening curfew from 19:00 to 06:00 in all regions
  • Schools to close for three weeks from 5 April
  • Non-essential shops will be closed but the “essential” list has been increased – full details to follow
  • Travel exemption forms are required for anyone travelling more than 10km from home.
  • From 5 April travel is  only allowed within the home department unless the travel is essential and shown on the attestation form
  • Travel to another department is not allowed from 5 April unless there is an essential reason or it is within 30km from the person’s home.    Attestation forms are required and can be printed or downloaded here
  • Everyone should work from home where possible
  • Avoid private gatherings and parties
  • French nationals who are currently out of the country can travel back to France and anyone can travel to other regions of France to isolate for Easter if they travel from 2-4 April.
  • Expect more checks in public places to ensure that gatherings of groups of people are limited
  • More vaccinations are being made available to more people as quickly as possible.
  • Partial chomage will be available for parents who have to remain at home.
  • Business support measures currently in place will be continued.

Pres Macron addressed the ation on 31 March

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