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Paris & Covid19 curfew: What’s Open & Closed, shops

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To fight against the Covid19 Pandemic, the French Government has ordered a curfew on February, 2021, for Paris and entire France territory. Parisians have to stay home after 6pm and before 6am. Restaurants, bars and mall over 20000m2 are closed all the day but some smaller shops and alimentary malls and markets are still open. What’s open in Paris during the novel corona-virus curfew? What shops, what services are still open?

Shops and essentials businesses open in Paris in February 2021

Alimentation shops

Supermarkets

Groceries

Pharmacies

Bakeries

Butchers, fishmongers…

Take Away food businesses

Petrol Stations

Hotels (room services only)

Food Markets are allowed.

Find a food market in Paris

Open services during the Lock down

Public transportation: subway, bus… (essentially to go to work)

Medical services

Post offices

Bank and insurances

Home Delivery

Clothes stores

Malls smaller than 20 000m2 like Passage du Havre, Carrousel du Louvre

What’s closed

Department stores and Malls bigger than 20 000m2

Non alimentary stores greater than 20 000m2 like Galeries Lafayette, Printemps, Ikea, Beaugrennelle, Les Halles

Conference Center

Restaurants, café, bars

Museums

Tourist attractions

Night clubs

Permission form NEEDED to leave home after 6pm

Every time you have to leave your home, your have to fill the lock-down permission form.

Download the permission form

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