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Sport Deconfinement: what Edouard Philippe's announcements change for your vacation

10:10  29 may  2020
10:10  29 may  2020 Source:   francetvinfo.fr

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In his address to the nation on May 28, French prime minister, Edouard Philippe , told France: " Deconfinement should enable us to resume a normal life." One of the key elements of 'normal' life of France is cafes, bar and restaurants. So, what will happen in the coming weeks?

The second phase of deconfinement, which begins on June 2, is accompanied by numerous announcements making it possible to imagine what summer holidays might look like.

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After confinement, the beach? Edouard Philippe detailed, Thursday, May 28, the new rules adopted by the government for the second phase of deconfinement, by announcing for June 2 the reopening of a large number of places closed since the start of the health crisis. First important and symbolic announcement of this new stage: the removal of the travel limit in the 100 km outside the home. Campsites, leisure parks and even intra-European borders will also be able to reopen under certain conditions. Franceinfo details these announcements for you.

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Almost all of the French departments are located in the "green zone", synonymous with places where coronavirus circulates in a limited way. In the orange zone, we find Ile-de-France, Guyana and Mayotte, in a still tense situation. If summer vacation is on the horizon, it can still seem difficult to organize. Here is what Edouard Philippe's announcements change in preparation for the holidays.

For campsites and other tourist accommodation

The Prime Minister has indicated that campsites, holiday villages and other places of tourist accommodation may reopen on June 2 in the green zone. Edouard Philippe warned, however, that these places could only accommodate the public in "a maximum tonnage of 5,000 people". In the orange zones, where the circulation of the virus still worries the health authorities, these establishments will be able to take reservations only from June 22 "at the earliest", tempered the head of government.

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For his part, Nicolas Dayot, president of the National Federation of Outdoor Hotels (FNHPA) said he saw in these announcements "excellent news because the French have full visibility and can plan their holidays, in campsites that have set up appropriate security measures, including for swimming pools ".

Summer camps can reopen in "all departments" from June 22.

For leisure parks

Same distinction for leisure parks. If they can reopen on June 2 in the green zone, as in Vendée where the famous Puy-du-Fou is located, to which the President of the Republic had promised a rapid reopening, the parks in the orange zones can only reopen June 22 at the earliest.

These amusement parks must, in any event, respect the "maximum gauge of 5,000 people" and organize "activities allowing physical distance", with strict rules. " We did not understand if it was by establishment receiving the public, or by site, which is very different", regretted Arnaud Bennet, the president of Snelac interviewed by AFP, the professional federation of leisure, attraction and cultural spaces. "It would be totally disregarding our activities to fix an identical gauge for a park of 2 or 50 hectares", he warned while awaiting the decree implementing the measure.

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For museums, monuments, parks and beaches

Museums and monuments will open "across the territory" from June 2 "with the wearing of a mandatory mask," warned Edouard Philippe. The Louvre-Lens museum has also indicated that it would "gradually" reopen its doors from Wednesday June 3 thanks to a marked "one way" traffic plan allowing social distancing, he announced shortly. after the Prime Minister's announcements, specifying that the visit would be "free" until the end of June.

Same decision for parks and green spaces, closed in territories formerly classified in red to the despair of municipal officials. "Finally! Common sense has finally prevailed," said the mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, who had been calling for this reopening for several weeks.

Finally! Common sense eventually prevailed. Parisians will be able to breathe again in their parks and gardens this weekend. pic.twitter.com/qVM32jU4Vx

- Anne Hidalgo (@Anne_Hidalgo) May 28, 2020

Please note: the meeting limit of 10 people is maintained in public spaces. From June 2, beaches, lakes and other bodies of water will also be reopened throughout the territory.

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French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe is on May 28 presenting the details of phase two of France’ s plan to lift its nationwide Covid-19 lockdown. He said that the results are good on the health front, but the French must "continue to be cautious and vigilant".

For trips between overseas and mainland

"Very strict movement control" measures towards overseas are maintained with a "fortnight" on arrival, the government decided. Given their insularity for the most part. However, the Prime Minister announced that more flights were planned for the holidays "if sanitary conditions allow".

"Until then, we will experiment with a new form of fortnight in certain territories, with a test which will be carried out after seven days", and which may lead, if it is negative, "to adapt the constraints" of the fortnight. "We have to be able to imagine the right arrangements for island territories," he added. "It is imperative that they ask us and that is what we are working on."

Mayotte (1,621 cases, 21 dead on Thursday) and Guyana (409 cases, 1 death), remain classified orange, with particular vigilance in this second phase of deconfinement, because "the virus circulates there a little more than elsewhere ".

To travel to other European countries

The borders are still closed but France is "favorable" to the reopening of the internal borders of Europe from June 15, "without fortnight" for travelers, also announced Edouard Philippe. "We will apply reciprocity" if ever some countries imposed fortnight on the French, he however nuanced.

For the external borders of Europe, "the decision will be taken collectively with all European countries, by June 15," he added. "It makes no sense to do it European country by European country, we must do it collectively and apply this rule collectively", insisted the Prime Minister. The Minister of the Interior, Christophe Castaner, had already mentioned earlier today a possible reopening "with a slight delay, perhaps July 1", accompanied "by a European list of countries of attention that would make the subject to specific measures at the borders of the European area ".

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