The Paris mayor’s office has urged residents to fill out an online form on its website to get free reusable masks at pharmacies.
Monday, May 11, in France, was the first day of gradual lifting of restrictions imposed on the background of the coronavirus epidemic. Schools, clothing stores, shopping centers (except Paris), hairdressers, bookstores, and flower salons began to open in the country. At the same time, cafes, bars, and restaurants, beaches, and parks in large cities remain closed until the new order of the authorities.
As previously reported by the French authorities, wearing a mask on public transport becomes mandatory, for violation of this rule, a fine of 135 euros is provided.
“The mayor’s office of Paris provides you with a washable cloth mask. From Monday, May 11, we invite you to come and pick up your mask and masks for your family members over 11 years old for free at pharmacies,” the city hall website says.
It is noted that masks will be issued upon presentation of identity documents. On the website of the Paris mayor’s office, you are asked to fill out an online form, specifying your data and the desired time and day of receipt of the mask in an individual list of pharmacies.