But what are the compelling reasons for more than 10 km?

But then what are the compelling reasons to travel? Photo credit: Shutterstock / Frederic Legrand – COMEO

Here we are ! The old adage Jamais 2 sans 3 has been confirmed again … Given the recurrence of the cases of Covid 19, the arrival of various and varied variants, the executive has made the decision [attendue] to redefine the country. And this third restriction is a little less strict than last March, but much more than that of October 2020 …

If for any reason we have the right to “walk” within 10 km of home … To go beyond 10 km for no compelling reason is unconsciousness towards our wallet! Deciphering the famous compelling reasons over 10km from home!

As of yesterday, the tolerance for those who wanted to limit themselves elsewhere is no longer appropriate. A simple proof of address is sufficient for the 10 km around your house. To find out the authorized circle, the government sets up a site, Geoportail. Through geolocation, you know the limit values ​​that must not be exceeded.

On the other hand, more than 10 km without compelling reason will be punished with a fine of 135 €. After 3 fines within one month, a new prohibited movement constitutes a criminal offense which is judged by the criminal court. (Source public service)

But then what are the compelling reasons to travel?

So the list of compelling reasons to travel more than 10km from home is as follows:

Professional activities and shopping, education and training, general interest mission health (consultations and medical care) Family reason, assistance to vulnerable or precarious people and child care Disabled situation Legal or administrative subpoena Transit and long-distance travel Distance Moving Transit travel to train stations and airports Obviously In In all of these cases you will need to fill out a travel certificate. Photo credit: Shutterstock / Frederic Legrand – COMEO

In addition to the list of “excuses” for traveling more than 10 km from home and in the region:

Make important purchases or withdrawals. Accompany your children to school. Go to a cultural institution or place of worship. Perform administrative or legal procedures

If you were to reunite with the potentially vaccinated grandparents over the Easter break, it was a failure … or at your own risk! Perhaps the Ascension weekend (May 13-16) will be conducive to reunification … aloof! We want to believe it!