French go back to work and school as Macron eases virus lockdown
With the world’s fifth-highest official Covid-19 death toll, France’s 67-million people can now leave home without government paperwork
Paris — France tiptoed out of one of Europe’s strictest coronavirus lockdowns on Monday, reopening shops, factories and some schools to revive the economy but wary of the risks of a second wave of infections.
With the world’s fifth-highest official death toll, France is allowing a return to workplaces with social distancing measures and reopening schools in phases. The country’s 67-million people can now leave home without government paperwork...