What's open in France during Covid-19 crisis

Only certain businesses and commercial premises are allowed to open during the lockdown (although many are closed, anyway). They include:

Food and drink

Frozen food shops, general and convenience stores
Supermarkets/hypermarkets
Butchers, bakers, grocers and fishmongers
Cavistes and beverage shops
Other specialist food shops
Pet food ...

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