The French cafes and restaurants can reopen the terraces on June 9, and at the end of that month, the curfew will be abolished entirely.
These are parts of a plan to phase out the corona measures that President Emmanuel Macron informed regional media on Thursday.
However, the plan is already available on news channel Europe 1, among others.
The strict curfew from 7 pm to 6 am will be abolished in two steps. On May 19, the country will close from 9 pm and June 9 from 11 pm. On June 9, healthy tourists can also come again, and they must have a “health document” with them.
Under certain conditions, theatres, museums and other public spaces such as concert halls will open their doors again on May 19.