French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe will introduce the government’s strategy to unwind the nation’s coronavirus lockdown into parliament on Tuesday, followed by a discussion and votes office said in a statement.
The lockdown arranged by President Emmanuel Macron to impede the spread of this virus has been set up since March 17 and is expected to be raised on May 11.
Macron is planning to facilitate some of those lockdown steps than with colleges reopening first, even though the government has yet to finalize how it may operate in practice.
France has also provided retailers some aid by stating it needs one to reopen on May 11, although some curbs could stay in certain regions to delay a fresh wave of the coronavirus.
The death toll in France in the coronavirus currently stands at 22,614, the health ministry said on Saturday.