This is a welcome announcement. It could take place as early as next week. Interviewed by LCI on Monday, may 25, Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne, the secretary of State in charge of Tourism, said that the government is working on plans "a significant expansion" of the restriction of 100 km around the home, imposed since the beginning of the déconfinement, on 11 may. The secretary of State has indicated that this flexibility was possible in view "of the results that are recorded in the fight against the epidemic". "Each of our individual and collective efforts to loosen the vise and you have a little more freedom in the movements", he pointed out, while the prospect of a second wave appears, for the time being, get away."Rediscover France"
This "significant expansion", which could occur next week, is expected to reassure the French, anxious for the summer holidays, and especially tourism professionals whose activity is undermined since the beginning of the epidemic. "On 14 may, the prime minister has indicated, at the inter-ministerial committee for tourism, that the French could go on vacation in the mainland and overseas," recalled Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne. The secretary of State in charge of Tourism has confirmed that there will be "this ability" this summer "to be able to rediscover France, its heritage, its land and its wealth".
It is however not ruled on the possibility of moving outside the territory. In a television interview the beginning of may, Emmanuel Macron had already warned that"it will remain between the peoples of Europe" this summer. "Maybe, depending on the epidemic, it will even reduce a little more," he explained, referring to the decision at the beginning of the month of June. It would have to be endorsed by the defence Board in the next few days.The editorial team conseilleCet been, the great return of the holiday in the house of famille157 commentairesriccccole 25/05/2020 at 11:12 am
I would have interdirt people out more than 10 metres as the amaking a mayor very smart in the south......IT is NECESSARY to REMAIN CONFINE ADVITAM AETERNAM BECAUSE THE VIRUS IS everywhere, EVERYWHEREeol77le 25/05/2020 at 11:12 am
To be accepted, measures must be understood, therefore, take account of the local realities and to demonstrate coherence, common sense, and efficiency. a
however, the problem is precisely that:
1/ containment/déconfinement have been designed by and for the bobos of paris, but relentlessly applied in any territory, without discernment or consideration of local realities. a
2/ They have no consistency. a
In the containment, for example, major brands in the diy and home appliances were to remain closed, while supermarkets had the right to sell appliances and hardware for diy...
today, most of the parks remain closed, even if their attendance is moderate and while these are open places (outside), and that measures barriers are possible (masks, distancing...), while people have the right to pile up in places, "closed", such as supermarkets, without wearing a mask is mandatory. a
3/ They are often devoid of common sense. a
A good example is the limit of 100km. a
distance does not have in effect no impact: what counts is the respect for the distances and gestures barrier on the spot! a
4/ They are often ineffective. a
For proof, the countries that have best managed the crisis were not confined (Korea) or are confined to a very flexible (Germany, Austria). a
A contrario France, despite its cuts, this one of the worst balance sheets health...
If one speaks of vacation possible in the dom-tom is that a priori there will be more limitations of km.Read the 157 comments