Travel inside the country will be possible from the second half of summer.
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe presented a plan to restore tourism after the Coronavirus pandemic. The plan will cover three areas – support for tourists, support for tourism events and transformation of the industry itself. 18 billion euros will be allocated for this project.
Philippe also noted that travel within France will be allowed from July-August, depending on the epidemiological situation.
Now the country is gradually softening the regime of self-isolation. About 400,000 enterprises – non-food stores, beauty salons, dry-cleaners – have resumed work. Theatres, large museums, gyms, restaurants and cafes are still closed.
France is divided into two zones: green and red. The first zone includes 13 of the 18 French regions, where the disease spreads not very actively. The second zone, which covers the north-eastern part of the country, has been classified by the authorities as having a large number of COVID-19 infections.
We will recall that mass events in France will not be held until September. The country has an emergency regime until July, 24.