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Lifting of health restrictions: what will change from Wednesday 16 February?

This is a long-awaited new step in the phasing out of health restrictions in France. This Wednesday, February 16, thus marks the return to a “slightly more normal” life, after an intense fifth wave. But what exactly will change? explanation.

On December 10, the government announced new restrictions to control contamination associated with the Delta and Omicron varieties. If the obligation to wear the mask outdoors or the restriction of meters in seated public places has been lifted, certain measures will remain in effect. This is the case with the closure of nightclubs throughout the territory.

What will change from February 16th

drinks and food

Since January 3, drinking or eating is prohibited in several public places: public transport, stadium, cinema, performance hall, etc. The same applies to standing consumption in bars, cafes and restaurants. But these restrictions have now been lifted, so it’s up to you to eat popcorn in dark rooms.

discos

Watch out for revelers, the dance floor is waiting for you! From Wednesday 16 February, nightclubs will reopen their doors to the delight of owners who have been hit hard by the health crisis. Another good news that music lovers should be happy about: standing concerts are resumed.


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As a reminder, another lifting of restrictions is expected on February 28. The health protocol at primary school is being relaxed and the mask is no longer mandatory in closed spaces on condition of the vaccination pass.

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