France relaxes quarantine restrictions: what will be allowed

France has decided to ease quarantine restrictions amid a decline in the incidence of the coronavirus COVID-19.

This was announced by the Prime Minister of the country, Jean Castex.

In particular, since June 17, compulsory medical masks will be cancelled in public places in France. However, individual means of protection will still have to be worn in confined spaces and places where there are large crowds of people, as well as in queues.

Three days later, on June 20, curfew will be lifted. Citizens were previously prohibited from going out from 12:00 PM to 06:00 AM.