Starting from June 9, 2021, curfew moves to 11 p.m.. A measure set up in mainland France to overcome the coronavirus epidemic. But what are the rules of this early curfew? Here is what is allowed and what is not.
The nationwide measure has been implemented since March 20, 2021 and is progressively lifted. Starting from June 9, 2021, any outing is banned between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m., a derogatory trip certificate is required if you have to go out. You can print it out but it also comes in a digital version on smartphone via the TousAntiCovid application. So far, curfew is on until June 30, 2021.
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