Sport Reopening of borders in Tunisia on June 27, what about the French?
Deconfinement: what Edouard Philippe's announcements change for your vacation
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. © Provided by Franceinfo 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.
Reopening of borders in Tunisia on June 27, what about the French?
While the reopening of borders within the European Union became clear on June 15, 2020, the vagueness persisted on the return of French tourists from Europe. Tunisia announced the reopening to travelers of its land, air and sea borders on June 27, 2020, when they had been closed since the middle of March in order to fight against the coronavirus pandemic. This is excellent news, of course, but that does not mean that the French will be able to get there on this date. It is above all a question of preparing the return of the tourists, little by little, and of running in the hotels. The hotels, cafes and mosques already opened on June 4 and Tunisians can move everywhere insince that day. The announcement comes after the borders reopened in , and No details have yet been provided on a possible quarantine on arrival or on the test obligation. We should know more in mid June.
In France, reopening on June 2 of theaters and museums, on June 22 for cinemas
© STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN A cinema room at Le Brady, in Paris, May 6, 2020 Museums, monuments, theaters from the 2nd June, 22 for cinemas: Edouard Philippe detailed Thursday the dates and methods of reopening cultural places, during the presentation of "phase 2" of deconfinement. Museums and monuments will be reopened "across the territory" from June 2 and the wearing of masks will be mandatory, announced the Prime Minister.
Label "Ready & Safe"
However, initially, tourists may have to undergo anti-Covid-19 tests. In any case, "visitors must present a negative coronavirus test before entering Tunisia," according to Nissaf Ben Alaya, director of the National Observatory for New and Emerging Diseases. In addition, like, Tunisia launched its "Ready & Safe" label, accompanying a health protocol for Tunisian anti-Covid-19 tourism. It is a question of taking the precautions and hygiene measures necessary to ensure the safety of the travelers. Thus, the wearing of a mask will be compulsory for all the staff of tourist establishments, only 50% of the bed capacity will be authorized, the presence of a nurse will be compulsory in , restaurants will have to respect a physical distance 2.5 meters between tables and customers must take their temperature at check-in, the limit being set at 37.9 °.
Phase 2 of deconfinement: what to remember from the announcements of Edouard Philippe
© PHILIPPE LOPEZ Edouard Philippe during his press conference this Thursday. The Prime Minister presented this Thursday his plan for the second phase of deconfinement, which begins on June 2. At the end of the arbitrations taken in defense council this Thursday morning, the Prime Minister, Edouard Philippe (surrounded by the ministers of Education, Jean-Michel Blanquer, and of the Health, Olivier Véran) started his press conference at 5 pm with this sentence: "The news is pretty good." “We are
Avoid buffet formulas
Swimming pools will be prohibited for the frail and nightclubs closed. Self-service hydroalcoholic gel dispensers must be available everywhere. In addition, self-service will be suspended for all-inclusive packages, which means that the masked staff will provide the buffet service. More generally, the WHO recommends avoiding buffet formulas and favoring à la carte service. In short, the context does not yet lend itself to the return ofholiday clubs! All establishments must have the "Ready and Safe" label in order to receive customers. Perhaps all of its measures will be lifted by the end of summer at the same time as the opening of the Schengen area, when the French are back in Tunisia? "The list of countries which will be open to flights from June 27 will be posted soon.", Promises Anouar Maârouf, Tunisian Minister of Transport.
Tunisia: clashes between police officers and demonstrators demanding jobs in Tataouine .
© AFP - FATHI NASRI Clashes broke out between police officers and demonstrators in Tataouine, in the south of Tunisia, Sunday June 21, 2020. Clashes broke out Sunday between police and demonstrators gathered to demand jobs in Tataouine, in the south of Tunisia. The police force fired tear gas on Sunday 20 June in Tataouine in Tunisia to disperse demonstrators demanding jobs and the release of an activist who threw stones at them and blocked roads with flaming tires.