Coronavirus in Paris: restaurants, bars, movie theaters, museums... what closes during the lockdown

Published by Cécile D. · Published on 28 October 2020 at 21h17 · Updated on 31 October 2020 at 18h08
Emmanuel Macron has decided to implement a new lockdown starting October 30, 2020 and until December 1 at the earliest. Many places are then closing to the public. Keep reading to find out more.

This is official: France is entering a new lockdown starting Friday October 30, 2020. This dramatic call made by Emmanuel Macron has a strong influence on the cultural life of the country: many places described as non-necessary have to close down. Here are the places closed for at least four weeks:

  • Movie-theaters
  • Museums
  • Universities

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Following Emmanuel Macron's latest address and the implementation of the new lockdown starting Friday October 30, 2020, museums and monuments in Paris must shut down again and postpone their events. Here are the places now closed to the public.

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