Cafes, restaurants, and bars started to serve in France

As part of the relaxation of coronavirus restrictions in France, the terraces of cafes and restaurants, shops, museums, cinemas, and theater halls have been reactivated in the country. Thus, the second phase of the 4-stage plan, which was announced by the President of France, Emmanuel Macron, regarding the easing of restrictions, has been passed.

Restaurants, cafes, and bars, which the French government decided to close in November 2020 during the second wave of autumn, began serving their customers. The terraces of businesses that will only serve in open areas within the scope of epidemic measures in Paris attracted attention from the first hours of the day, despite the rainy weather.

In the third phase of the 4-stage plan to loosen the Kovid-19 restrictions, the curfew will start at 23.00 instead of 19.00 as of June 9, the interiors of cafes and restaurants will be served, and gyms will be reopened. In the last stage, the curfew will end on June 30. Events with more than 1000 participants can be organized indoors or outdoors.