Sport Deconfinement: "Will I be quarantined when I return to France in July?"
Deconfinement: teleworking and flexible working hours, a charter for after May 11 in Ile-de-France
© LP / Philippe de Poulpiquet To avoid saturation of public transport, the Ile-de-France region wants to bet on telecommuting. The deconfinement project in Ile-de-France is colossal. The Region is preparing it to respond from May 11 to the challenge of returning Ile-de-France residents to public transport. Because the service, essential for the resumption of economic activity, potentially presents health risks.
Quarantine measures are planned for people coming from an "infection zone", outside Europe and the United Kingdom.
Every day, Le Parisien takes action to answer your questions around the coronavirus. We are interested today in the questioning of Agnes, who asks us if she will have towhen she returns to France in July. All French people currently abroad and who plan to return to France this summer have the same question.
The, definitively adopted by Parliament on May 9, provides for quarantine measures for individuals "having stayed during the previous month in an area of circulation of the infection And arriving in France. We speak rather of "fortnight", the measure being planned to last 14 days.
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© Benoit Tessier At Trocadéro, in Paris, May 2. • The pandemic is around 250,000 dead worldwide, more than half of it in Europe. The United States is the most affected country in terms of both death and case numbers, with more than 67,000 deaths now. • In France, almost 25,000 people died in total. 166 victims were added to the latest assessment on Saturday, the lowest number in several weeks. The downward trend in the number of intensive care patients continues.
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The list of countries in question is supposed to be the subject of "regular public information throughout the duration state of health emergency ”, according to the law. But it has not yet been made public. On May 3, the Elysée Palace already re-framed things a little by announcing that quarantine and isolation measures (an even stricter option in the event of contamination) will not concern individuals "whatever (their) nationality, in from the EU, the Schengen area or the United Kingdom ”.
Things have changed a bit with Spain however, since Madrid announced this week the establishment of a quarantine (ten days) for anyone arriving from abroad - apart from cross-border workers. The Elysée therefore indicated on May 14 that France"on a principle of reciprocity", even if it is "not its wish". Discussions are underway between the two countries.
Here is the final deconfinement map
© Copyright 2020, L'Obs The Minister of Health Olivier Véran presented Thursday May 7 the map coloring the departments according to the active circulation of the coronavirus . “ In green, the departments in which less than 6% of patients referred to the emergency department come for suspected coronavirus disease.
Constraint or possibility?
Will everyone arriving from an area deemed to be dangerous have to go through quarantine? This will concern "anyone" in this case, said Olivier Véran on Saturday May 2. However, the formulations used in the law ("quarantine, placement and maintenance in solitary confinement can only target people who have stayed in the area of infection during the previous month") and("measures of fourteen or isolation are possible for people who enter the territory and do not come from European space") suggest that this is only a possibility.
"The provisions are in the process of being drawn up," says
Deconfinement in Ile-de-France: The employer's certificate will be checked between 6.30 am and 9.30 am, then 4 pm and 7 pm
Checks will be carried out "in large stations" said the president of the Ile-de-France region, Valérie Pécresse, on France 2 © BERTRAND GUAY / AFP The president of the Ile-de-France region distributes masks in a Saint-Denis station TRANSPORT - The controls will be carried out "in large stations" said the president of the region Ile-de-France, Valérie Pécresse, on France 2 The employer certificate instituted from Monday in public transport of Ile-de-France will be checked "between 6:30 and 9:30
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Deconfinement: 150,000 schoolchildren in grades 6 and 5 are back in class in the green zone .
Middle school students in the red zone will have to wait until the end of the month to know when they can return to class. © LP / Philippe Lavieille The Parisian After the return to class last week of 1.4 million schoolchildren across the country, the deconfinement in college will cut, this time, France in two.