Lockdown: trips between regions banned in France statring April 6

Published by My B., Rizhlaine F., Cécile D. · Photos by My B. · Published on 31 March 2021 at 21h33 · Updated on 1 April 2021 at 12h29
The verdict has been given this Wednesday March 31, 2021: faced with the threats of variants and the increase in cases, the government has decided to extend lockdown and trip restrictions currently instated in 19 departments. Trips are allowed this weekend, before April 6 to enable you to join your lockdown place to stay.

Statring Tuesday April 6, it will no longer be allowed to travel from one region to the other. As a matter of fact, following French President Macron's address, new restrictions are instated to curb the epidemic in France.

As a matter of fact, lockdown measures instated in 19 departments including Paris and Île-de-France are now extended to the entire country. Therefore, a limit of 10-km radius to take a walk and work out, as well as the ban of moving from one region to the other will be instated from Monday.

Tolerance will be shown this Easter weekend to enable everyone wishing to go and self-isolate somewhere or get things sorted out for children as schools are closed.

No one-week vacation departure, once you have reached your place of self-isolation, you will have to stay in isolation for at least 4 weeks.

Past April 5, trips between regions are banned, excluding for pressing or professional matters.

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