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Paris & Covid19 Reopening: When shops, Museums Non-UE tourism will Open?

by stillinparis

To fight against the Covid19 Pandemic, the French Government has ordered new restrictions on March,31, 2021, for Paris and entire France territory. Restaurants, bars and mall and most of non alimentary stores are closed all the day but some smaller shops and alimentary malls and markets are still open.

On Mai, 19, 2021: Museums, shops, Terraces will reopen . Curfew will be move to 9pm

On June 9 2021: Indoor Restaurants will reopen, Non-UE tourists will be able to travel in France. Curfew will be postponed to 11pm. A health pass (or travel pass) will be mandatory to visit Paris.

On June 30 2021: Curfew and other restrictions will end.

Shops and essential businesses already open in Paris

Alimentation shops

Supermarkets

Groceries

Pharmacies

Bakeries

Butchers, fishmongers…

Take Away food businesses

Petrol Stations

Hotels (room services only)

Food Markets are allowed.

Book stores

Electronic and computer stores

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Open services

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

Medical services

Post offices

Bank and insurances

Home Delivery

hair cuts

What will open on Mai 19

Department stores and Malls bigger

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

Clothes stores

shoe stores

Conference Center

Restaurants, café, bars (only terraces )

Museums

Tourist attractions

Night clubs

Permission form NEEDED to leave home after 9pm from Mai 19

You can leave your home without form between 6am and 7pm until Mai 19.

After 9pm, the form will be mandatory.

Download the permission form

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