France Introduces 4 Weeks Curfew
In response to the rising levels of daily coronavirus cases, President Macron has announced that a curfew affecting nearly 33% of the French population will be introduced from Saturday October 17th.
In a TV interview, President Macron said people in Paris and the surrounding area, Grenoble, Lille, Lyon, Marseille, Montpellier, Rouen, Saint Etienne and Toulouse will not be allowed to be outdoors between 9pm and 6am for at least four weeks, except for essential reasons.
“We have to act. We need to put a brake on the spread of the virus” President Macron said as the government attempts to stop people visiting restaurants and private homes in the late evening and night.
Neer Service will continue to update Partners if the curfew has any impact on moving operations.