Private parties in public rooms, including weddings, banned everywhere in France

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Private parties in public rooms, including weddings, banned everywhere in France







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Private parties organized in public halls, including weddings, will be “Prohibited” everywhere in France, announced Prime Minister Jean Castex this Thursday, October 15 at a press conference.

“All private parties, such as weddings or student parties, which are held in party halls, in multipurpose rooms or any other establishment open to the public will be prohibited” across the country, said the head of government.
Work, train, pet … the exceptions to the curfew announced by CastexUntil then, the measure only applied in areas with a maximum alert level.

The objective, insisted Jean Castex, is to “ reduce interactions in the private sphere “. For this reason, he calls on everyone to make an effort, including at home. ” This is the 6-person rule, which we ask each and everyone to respect at their home. », Added the Prime Minister, in parallel with the rule in force in restaurants.

Indeed, ” all restaurants in France will apply the health protocol which was recently reinforced and provides in particular for limiting the number of customers per table to six ” as well as “Registration of customer names to facilitate the”contact tracing” ».

The Prime Minister was speaking duringa press conference the day after the announcement of the implementation of a night curfew from Saturday in Île-de-France and eight metropolitan areas.

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