'Follow rules in France to slow spread of Covid-19'

Washing hands and social distancing: That is what will make the difference, says British Ambassador to France Edward Llewellyn

“This is something none of us has ever lived through before,” British Ambassador to France Edward Llewellyn said as he spoke to Connexion.

“It’s a very difficult, uncertain and challenging time for everybody, including for France and for British citizens living here.

“We all need to follow the French authorities’ rules – they put very clear measures in place.

“If you’re going out to do your shopping or for one of the other specific purposes, you should have an attestation with you.

“We’ve been using our social media to amplify the message from the French and we advise people follow us [@UKinFrance on Twitter and British Embassy Paris on Facebook] as well as checking regularly the British travel advice for France [gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/France].”

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