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Macron on summer vacation in France: “It’s too early to say”

French President Emmanuel Macron pointed out at the beginning of June that he had a clear idea of ​​whether citizens could travel due to the coronavirus pandemic during the summer holidays, although he confirmed that the ban should continue to go abroad, which Europeans a priori would leave out.

“We will restrict major international movements even during the summer holidays and then remain among the Europeans,” said the President in an interview after attending a school and stressed that even travel within Europe “could be restricted a little more”, depending on how the pandemic is progressing.

“It is too early to say that we will know in early June,” said the President, stressing that “we did not win the fight against the virus,” we simply “slowed it down.” “We will open a new phase, if we are all responsible together, I am sure that we will get there (the holidays) and I want to give a light of hope,” he added.

Macron on summer vacation in France: “It’s too early to say”
Macron on summer vacation in France: “It’s too early to say”

Macron, on the other hand, has defended the government’s decision to gradually and voluntarily return to class from May 11, stressing that students will not effectively return to classrooms until May 12 or 14.

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