Restez chez vous in lockdown France, or risk €135 fine

A police officer in Bouches-du-Rhône warns a couple about carrying an attestation form

Penalty for not carrying simple document increases to €375 if not paid within 45 days

The lockdown imposed across France for two weeks until March 31 – which is likely to be extended – means everyone must stay at home to limit the spread of Covid-19 or risk a fine.

There are exceptions, but people can go out only for the following reasons:

Those who must work and who cannot do télétravail remote working are allowed to travel directly to ...

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