By Cécile D. Posted October 28, 2020 at 9:17 p.m. Updated October 28, 2020 at 9:38 p.m.
Emmanuel Macron decreed a second confinement of the French population, from October 30, 2020 and until December 1 minimum. Many places are closing their doors to the public, find out which ones.
It’s official: France is entering its second confinement from friday October 30 2020. This drastic measure decided by Emmanuel Macron has a strong influence on the cultural life of the country: many places considered non-essential must close their doors. Find out which places are closed to you for a minimum of four weeks at the end of the year.
Coronavirus: cinemas are closing their doors again
After the announcement of this reconfinement, and to limit the risk of contamination by Covid-19, cinemas in Paris and throughout France, are forced to lower the curtain on the night of Thursday 29 to Friday 30 October 2020. New blow for theater operators and film distributors.
Coronavirus: museums and monuments closed in Paris
Following new announcements from Emmanuel Macron and the establishment of confinement from Friday, October 30, 2020, Parisian museums and monuments must once again close their doors and postpone their events. Discover the list of places now closed to the public.
National reconfinement: closure of universities in France
Following Emmanuel Macron’s new speech on October 28, universities will have to close their doors due to the establishment of a national reconfinement, applicable on the night of Thursday to Friday.
Conversely, discover the list of places that remain open during confinement:
Confinement Paris – Île-de-France: closure of non-essential shops, which remains open
Faced with the second wave of the coronavirus epidemic, in Paris and Île-de-France, the shadow of a re-containment at least on a local scale loomed more and more. This Wednesday, October 28, 2020, the announcement fell: it is finally a national confinement which is announced by Emmanuel Macron. A measure that results in the closure of places and businesses not essential to the life of the nation. So who stays open and who closes? We take stock.
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