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Covid calendar: What is open on May 19, June 9 and June 30 in France?

Check our calendar to see what the new rules are for shops, restaurants and cultural venues as France emerges from lockdown 

What is open in France on May 19, June 9 and June 30?

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Restaurants, cafés and bars have reopened their outdoor areas today (May 19) after over six months of closure, along with museums, cinemas and other cultural venues. The national curfew has also been moved back to 21:00. 

Read more: First museum reopens in France with music and breakfast - at 6:00

This marks the second phase of Macron's four-step plan to ease Covid-related restrictions in France over May and June.

Check the calendar below to view the rules for public venues at a glance. 

Covid-19 latest figures for France

In the previous 24 hours, France has recorded 17,210 cases of Covid-19 and 187 deaths. The number of people who have received at least one Covid-19 vaccine dose stands at 20,688,659, as of May 18. You can see the full picture in our daily updates on the coronavirus situation in France.

For updates on France's vaccination campaign and when you might be eligible, check our Covid vaccine FAQs. If you can't find the answer you're looking for, you can also submit your vaccine question to us.

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