France Public transport reopens with precautions in place | Voice of america


Public transport reopened on Monday in France, with still some restrictions in place, especially for travel.

Although a number of foreclosure measures, applied since March 17, have been lifted, the situation will be reassessed in early June.

Meanwhile, people must wear masks on public transport and operators must ensure that social distance is respected.

However, residents no longer need to fill out special authorization forms to leave the house.

Some small businesses were also allowed to resume operations on Monday, such as stores, hair salons and a few others.

According to data collected by John Hopkins University in the United States, France has recorded more than 177,000 cases of coronavirus infection and more than 26,000 deaths.


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