COVID-19: France announces the reopening of cinemas and stadiums

COVID-19: la France annonce la réouverture des cinémas et des stades

The cinemas and the casinos in France will re-open on Monday, announced by the government in the night from Friday to Saturday, adding that the stadiums will be welcoming to new the public from the 11th of July with 5000 spectators maximum.

“The improvement of the health situation related to pandemic COVID-19 allows “to remove certain prohibitions to the condition that each maintained a posture vigilant,” said the government in a press release.

The championship of France of football 2019-2020 has been finally adopted on march 8, because of the epidemic. The Professional Football League hopes to start next season on August 23.

France has recorded 14 deaths additional related to the COVID-19 in hospitals in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of deaths since the beginning of the epidemic to 29 617, according to an official toll published Friday.

The maximum number of 5000 spectators in the stadiums, and racetracks could be reviewed if the health situation improves in mid-August, said the government.

The re-opening of nightclubs, fairs and lounges, and the restart of international cruises may for their part be decided “from September onwards” if the pandemic continues to fall, he added.

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