PHOTOS France to further unwind anti-coronavirus lockdown

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France to further unwind anti-coronavirus lockdown

Xinhua

22:22, June 01, 2020

Parisians enjoy the sunshine along a river in Paris, France, May 31, 2020. France will further unwind anti-coronavirus lockdown from June 2, lifting 100-km travel restriction and allowing non-essential businesses, parks and beaches to reopen, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe announced on May 28. (Photos: Xinhua)

Parisians walk on a street near the Place des Vosges in Paris, France, May 31, 2020. France will further unwind anti-coronavirus lockdown from June 2, lifting 100-km travel restriction and allowing non-essential businesses, parks and beaches to reopen, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe announced on May 28.

A sign reading "Museum opened. Please wear a mask except for small children" is seen outside a residence in Paris, France, May 31, 2020. France will further unwind anti-coronavirus lockdown from June 2, lifting 100-km travel restriction and allowing non-essential businesses, parks and beaches to reopen, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe announced on May 28.

Parisians enjoy the sunshine at the Place des Vosges in Paris, France, May 31, 2020. France will further unwind anti-coronavirus lockdown from June 2, lifting 100-km travel restriction and allowing non-essential businesses, parks and beaches to reopen, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe announced on May 28.

Two young men take dives in a river in Paris, France, May, 31, 2020. France will further unwind anti-coronavirus lockdown from June 2, lifting 100-km travel restriction and allowing non-essential businesses, parks and beaches to reopen, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe announced on May 28.

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