Most of the 16 departments, including Hauts-de-France and Île-de-France, will have to be contained again for four weeks, Prime Minister Jean Castex announced on Thursday evening. Restrictions of movement come into force in these areas. A new travel certificate will be available online for residents of these departments and for all French people in general.
After the 7 p.m. curfew eased across the country and the containment measures taken by the government this Thursday evening, the French will have to reissue a certificate, which will be implemented this Friday.
According to information from BFMTV, a new certificate should see the light of day and work both for exits in limited movements and for the new curfew throughout the area.
This Thursday, March 18, the Prime Minister announced that the five departments of Hauts-de-France, the eight departments of Île-de-France, Eure, Seine-Maritime and the Alpes-Maritimes would be affected by restructuring. In addition, some restrictions are more flexible than the first restrictions. “Specifically, it will be possible to leave the house to walk, exhale or play sports during the day without time limit, but with a certificate and on the condition that you are within a 10 km radius of your home.” , Confirmed Jean Castex. Children can continue to play sports in school and outdoor sports activities outside of school are maintained.
For the rest of the French who live outside these regions, the curfew, which has been in place since mid-January, has now been extended to 7 pm to compensate for “the imminent arrival of summer time,” announced Jean Castex.