One thing is certain, the Covid will have demonstrated something that seemed so natural that we did not talk about it: the attachment of Parisians to the terraces of theirs cafes and bistros.
Because since May 19, first phase of a progressive reopening, Parisians have flocked to the terraces.
At the moment, the cafes are limite to no more than 50% of their customers in their terraces. To compensate for the loss of revenue, thethe municipality has authorized cafes and restaurants to expand and install ephemeral terraces, on parking spaces instead of cars. So the streets are filled with terraces that are sometimes not always very pretty.
On June 9, Parisians will be allowed to enter restaurants. The curfew will pass at 11 p.m.
And on June 30 if all goes well cpncerning the reduction of contamination all the restrictions will be lifted.
Only obligation: you will have to let your name and phone number in the restaurant reminder book or scan a barcode to be notified in the event of contact with a contagious person.