At this point, it is impossible to give you a precise date.
Advanced curfew at 6 p.m. “will last as long as necessary” to see an improvement in health indicators, just said the Minister of Health, Olivier Véran, on December 29, when announcing that 15 departments (including the Alpes-Maritimes and Hautes-Alpes) would initially be concerned by this turn of the screw.
Since this declaration, the advanced schedule of 6 p.m. has been extended to 10 other departments, including the Var from January 12, indicating a trend that does not tend towards optimism.
A lifting of restrictions was envisaged on January 20. This was to be the third and last phase of the deconfinement announced, in November, by Emmanuel Macron.
Yet at the beginning of January, the information is not reassuring.
“Museums, cinemas, theaters, theaters, sports or leisure facilities will not experience any relaxation in the coming weeks”, Jean Castex announced during a press point on January 8.
All establishments and equipment currently closed in France due to the coronavirus epidemic “will remain so until the end of this month”. A meeting point on January 20, is already scheduled.