PHOTOS France to start to ease restrictions on movement

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France to start to ease restrictions on movement

Xinhua

10:03, May 10, 2020

A man rides a bicycle on the famous Rue de Rivoli in Paris, France, May 8, 2020. France would start to ease restrictions on movement from next Monday through "a very gradual process" which would stretch over several weeks at least to avoid a resurgence of COVID-19, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe confirmed on Thursday. Cycling is encouraged to reduce overcrowding on trains and buses in Paris, which has opened temporary bike lanes. The famous Rue de Rivoli has banned cars from running through. (Photo by Aurelien Morissard/Xinhua)

Temporary bike paths are being set up in Paris, France, on May 8, 2020, France would start to ease restrictions on movement from next Monday through "a very gradual process" which would stretch over several weeks at least to avoid a resurgence of COVID-19, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe confirmed on Thursday. Cycling is encouraged to reduce overcrowding on trains and buses in Paris, which has opened temporary bike lanes. The famous Rue de Rivoli has banned cars from running through. (Photo by Aurelien Morissard/Xinhua)

Temporary bike paths are being set up in Paris, France, on May 8, 2020, France would start to ease restrictions on movement from next Monday through "a very gradual process" which would stretch over several weeks at least to avoid a resurgence of COVID-19, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe confirmed on Thursday. Cycling is encouraged to reduce overcrowding on trains and buses in Paris, which has opened temporary bike lanes. The famous Rue de Rivoli has banned cars from running through. (Photo by Aurelien Morissard/Xinhua)

A man rides a bicycle on the famous Rue de Rivoli in Paris, France, May 8, 2020. France would start to ease restrictions on movement from next Monday through "a very gradual process" which would stretch over several weeks at least to avoid a resurgence of COVID-19, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe confirmed on Thursday. Cycling is encouraged to reduce overcrowding on trains and buses in Paris, which has opened temporary bike lanes. The famous Rue de Rivoli has banned cars from running through. (Photo by Aurelien Morissard/Xinhua)

A man rides a bicycle on the famous Rue de Rivoli in Paris, France, May 8, 2020. France would start to ease restrictions on movement from next Monday through "a very gradual process" which would stretch over several weeks at least to avoid a resurgence of COVID-19, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe confirmed on Thursday. Cycling is encouraged to reduce overcrowding on trains and buses in Paris, which has opened temporary bike lanes. The famous Rue de Rivoli has banned cars from running through. (Photo by Aurelien Morissard/Xinhua)

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