French residents can plan summer holidays in France

French residents have been advised to plan summer holidays in France, rather than overseas

While waiting to see the results of deconfinement, authorities advise that French residents holiday in France, rather than overseas, this summer.

As France enters its third week of deconfinement, hospital admissions, occupied hospital beds and daily death tolls continue to fall. However, authorities are urging a cautious optimism when it comes to summer holidays. 

Holidays in France

French minister for ecology, Élisabeth Borne, has advised residents on France to “start reserving holidays for July and August". 

But, she specifies, these holidays should be in France, rather than overseas. “Borders with space outside ...

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