While until then the instructions were strict, a derogation had been granted for the semi-final of Roland-Garros.
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On the occasion of the Germany-France Euro football match, the curfew remains at 11 p.m., Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin confirmed on Monday June 14.However, people who watched the match outside their home can return home after it, the minister told the prefects in a note.
“For this special occasion”, Gérald Darmanin asks the police“to show particular leniency in controlling people who return home after watching the game away from home”.
“Any behavior endangering the life of others should be particularly punished.”Gerald Darmanin
Note to prefects
The Minister of the Interior recalls that the distancing rules, as well as the ban on undeclared public gatherings of more than 10 people, remain of course in force..
On Saturday, Sports Minister Roxana Maracineanu had indicated that no exemption from the curfew was envisaged either for the entry into contention of the French football team in the Euro, or for other sporting events in come before June 30.
At Roland Garros, hundreds of tennis fans were able to witness the defeat of Rafael Nadal against Novak Djokovic on Friday evening, authorized to stay until the end of the match, which took place beyond 11 p.m.