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French Prime Minister Edouard Phillipe has presented the government’s support plan for the tourism sector in France. The Prime Minister said that the reopening of cafes and restaurants in France is planned for June 2nd in those regions classified as “green”. Read More
Mayors from major cities across France, including Paris, have called for face masks to be mandatory in all public spaces. Current guidelines specify that a face covering must be worn when social distancing cannot be guaranteed. But some officials want stricter rules. Read More
The French government has announced that as part of the progressive ease on lockdown measures in France private gatherings of more than 10 people are finally allowed, but are still strongly discouraged. Read More
The French government plans to invest 1.3 billion euros to revive the tourism sector which is an essential part of France’s economy. Read More
Following the Minister of health's declaration that "France is ready for large scale testing for the coronavirus’. Here is a breakdown of the latest report given by French media. Read More
A programme launched by the University of the Côte d’Azur plans to bring together professionals and students to act on the global environmental experience, which has come from the coronavirus crisis. Forcing humanity to pause for a while the pandemic has led to a standstill for air, road and maritime traffic as well as a halt in industrial production. Read More
After 55 days of lockdown France today, will begin a progressive end to the lockdown. Those unable to return to work will continue to work from home, employers are obliged to have put in place the necessary health measures to make sure no employees are putting themselves at risk. Read More