France to resume in-person classes for foreign students

France to resume in-person classes

Emmanual Macron, the French President, has addressed the French citizens announcing that on November 28, 2020, the country will ease its COVID-19 lockdown. This is considering the falling numbers in COVID-19 pandemic cases.

France to resume in-person classes for foreign students

The most important announcement from Macron was for international students who arrive to study in France.

The most important announcement from Macron was for international students who arrive to study in France.

France has also announced that the country is offering an online service that will allow international students to submit an application for resident permits from their homes. It won’t be necessary to make an in-person appointment.

Making more progress on the easing of COVID-19 induced restrictions, France is aiming at lifting the lockdown currently imposed across the country. Nevertheless, there will be a daily curfew that will be introduced from 9pm to 7am. Cinemas, museums, and theaters will be allowed to function with adherence to COVID-19 health protocol.

Also, French citizens will be allowed to celebrate holidays with their families on December 24 and 31, 2020. Free travel throughout the French territory will be allowed on these days even though gatherings on streets will be prohibited.

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