The essentials Several locations on the Garonne in Toulouse have been closed to the public since February 28th. The services of the State and City Hall of Toulouse have decided to extend this closure up to and including Tuesday 18th May.
Strolling or relaxing in the sun in Toulouse … activities that have been banned since February 28th. On that day, the Haute-Garonne Prefecture and Toulouse City Hall decided to block access to several locations. The prefecture announces: “The rate of progression of the Covid-19 epidemic. The Prefect of Haute-Garonne has therefore decided, in agreement with Jean-Luc Moudenc, Mayor of Toulouse and President of Toulouse Métropole, to close certain sectors of Toulouse extend. “
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This measure applies to the following sections of the public thoroughfare:
• the banks of the Garonne, below the Place Saint-Pierre, the Quai Saint-Pierre, the Quai Lucien-Lombard, the Quai de la Daurade, the Quai de Tounis and, accordingly, the Henri-Martin-Promenade;
• Place de la Daurade,
• the meadow of filters,
• the quay of the Spanish republican exile.
Failure to comply with this obligation will result in a fine of € 135