France reopens economy to quicken Coronavirus recovery

France is reopening its borders with other European nations at midnight and will start allowing visitors from other countries on July 1


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France reopens economy to quicken Coronavirus recovery

France President Emmanuel Mcron announced France is fully reopening it's economy, including all restaurants, to accelerate France's recovery after Coronavirus pandemic.

Prime Minister Macron said that restaurants in the Paris region will be allowewd to open indoor seating starting on June 15. Until then, only outdoor seating was permitted.

Restaurants in other regions of France have already reopened.

From June 22, all primary schools, junior high schools and primary schools will be open and mandatory for students - instead of classes capped to small groups and many children staying at home.

Mr. Prime Minister also confirmed that the second round of local elections that have been interrupted by the Coronavirus lockdown will take place on June 28.

We must relaunch the economy, Prime Minister added.

France is reopening its borders with other European nations at midnight and will start allowing visitors from other countries on July 1.

France has reported at least 29,398 deaths from the Coronavirus in hospitals and nursing homes, has been under strict lockdown from March 17 to May 11, before gradually easing restrictions.

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