World Video: Edouard Philippe presents the second stage of deconfinement in France
Deconfinement in Lyon: The town hall favorable to the opening of summer terraces from June 2 until November
In the event of government approval, cafes and restaurants in Lyon could benefit from an “authorization extended by one month” from the part of the town hall, that is until November © Laurent Cipriani / AP / SIPA The tables on the terrace of this Lyonnais café located on the banks of the Saône could be unfolded again from next month.
Color of the regions, limit of 100 km, reopening of cafes ... The Prime Minister details this Thursday the measures that will come into force from June 2.
By presenting the second stage of deconfinement, Thursday May 28, the Prime Minister, Edouard Phillippe, announced: "The results are good in terms of health" in the fight against the coronavirus, while preventing the risk of "casualness" "
"All the indicators are green," said Edouard Philippe, with the exception of Val-d'Oise and Mayotte. On the new map, in mainland France, only Ile-de-France is in orange, the other regions are in green. "We will be watching with particular vigilance the departments of Ile-de-France, Guyana and Mayotte. In these departments, the virus is circulating a little more than elsewhere and specific concerns remain. "
The 100 km limit for travel in France will end on June 2.
The reopening of schools and colleges will be accelerated in all areas, that of high schools will be limited to departments in green. Parks and gardens will reopen in the orange areas, as will bars and restaurants. But groupings in public space will remain limited to ten people
Jeudy politique - Municipales: Candidates snatch up Edouard Philippe .
In his editorial, Bruno Jeudy, editor-in-chief of the political service of Paris Match, analyzes the popularity of the Prime Minister among the candidates of the majority, who ask him for a photo with him for the second round municipal campaign. © GONZALO FUENTES / POOL / AFP A “Philippemania” wind will blow on the municipal campaign. Barely everywhere in France, the majority candidates will throw their last strength to achieve a miracle or at best to save the furniture.