See the key dates of France's 3-step deconfinement

The first phase to end lockdown will begin on November 28, with further changes set for December 15 and January 20. Use our easy-to-read calendars to see what you will be allowed to do

25 November 2020
There are three important dates where changes will be made to what you can and cannot do in deconfinement
By Connexion journalist

French President Emmanuel Macron announced in a televised speech on Tuesday that France would begin moving towards deconfinement

France has been under lockdown since October 30 to stem the spread of Covid-19. 

Mr Macron said in the speech, "the peak of the second wave of the epidemic has passed... Our efforts, your efforts have paid off."

See our Connexion calendars below to find out all the steps in the deconfinement process and when they will take place. 

Find out about Saturday's changes in more detail here.

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