President Macron outlines way forward in new speech

French President Emmanuel Macron made a televised address to the nation from the Elysée Palace on Sunday evening - his fourth such address since the start of the coronavirus crisis. 

Here are key points the president made in his 20-minute address:

The virus situation

- From Monday, June 15, the whole of mainland France would become a 'green zone' for coronavirus restrictions, with only the overseas departments of Mayotte and French Guiana remaining on orange alert.

This means bars, cafés and restaurants in the Greater Paris area can reopen ...

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