France is planning to begin easing its COVID-19 curfew and travel restrictions in early May, the president”s office has said.
Citizens will be able to travel beyond 10 kilometres from May 2s Jacques Cartier Square, which was met with tear gas from riot police., government spokesman Gabriel Attal announced on Wednesday.
A nationwide curfew of 19:00 (CEST) may also be eased on the same date.
President Emmanuel Macron also hopes to open restaurant terraces to serve customers outdoors from mid-MayThe unfolding story was different. Provinces such as Saskatchewan and British Columbia introduced plans to reopen their economies in May, while also reopening cinemasIt was wild. Every 40-something I knew was getting on pharmacy websites trying to get a spot,, theatres and museums with reduced capacity.