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On the other hand, the exceptional travel certificate is largely modified. “I grant you, the certificate is complex”, conceded Saturday on BFMTV Camille Chaize, spokesperson for the Ministry of the Interior. Franceinfo returns to this new document and lists the different distances that it is possible to cover in the territories subject to new restrictions, while the government has already indicated on Saturday afternoon that it will review its copy.
Two certificates: one for the evening, the other for the day
The first version of the new exceptional travel certificate, available Saturday morning, was two pages long and listed 15 reasons. The first page concerned the curfew in France (between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m.) and confinement for the 16 departments concerned (between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m.). The second, it concerned only the territories subject to the new containment measures (Ile-de-France, Hauts-de-France, Alpes-Maritimes, Eure and Seine-Maritime).
“The first part [la première page], these are all the grounds that allow you to move around day and night. For example, if you go to a medical consultation, you have the right, during the day or during the time of curfew “, explained Camille Chaize on BFMTV. “The second part concerns the measures which apply during the day for the more restrictive measures”or in re-confined areas.
Faced with the many criticisms and the complexity of the document, Matignon announced at midday a simplification, with two travel certificates for “two distinct situations”, which must be posted on the website of the Ministry of the Interior:
A “certificate applicable in the evening and at night”. This document is the one that must be presented in the event of an inspection during a trip during the curfew (between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m.) throughout the national territory.
A “certificate applicable during the day”. This document only concerns the 16 departments subject to reinforced measures.
Movement within a radius of 1 km: for the needs of pets
The first version mentioned “short trips within a maximum radius of one kilometer around the home for the needs of pets”. On paper, this measure concerned both the 16 departments placed in confinement, 24 hours a day, and the curfew period, for all the rest of metropolitan France.
But a government source said Saturday morning to the political service of France Televisions that this limitation ultimately only concerned the curfew. Clearly, throughout the national territory, between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m., it is possible to leave home for the needs of pets but within a radius of 1 km around your home. As for the outings with his dog during the day, they are subject to the same rules as for a classic walk in a confined area (radius of 10 km without time limit).
Document to present : certificate for evening and night.
Movement within a radius of 10 km: to play sports or to go for a walk
This distance concerns the 16 departments subject to new restrictions between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. “The 10 km limit applies when we go for a walk [seul ou avec son animal de compagnie, donc], if you’re going to play sports, cycle or go for a walk with the children. It is this radius of 10 km, which had been announced by the Prime Minister [jeudi], which applies “, tried to explain Camille Chaize.
Document to present : proof of address. “For any movement within a radius of 10 kilometers around his home between 6 am and 7 pm, it will no longer be mandatory to produce a certificate and therefore to justify the reason for his trip”, wrote Matignon in a press release. The Prime Minister’s services explain that “in case of control, it will be asked to produce a simple proof of address “. Without providing a detailed list, they simply mention a “identity document” (provided that it mentions the correct address of residence) but the usual supporting documents such as a rent receipt, a gas or electricity bill will do the trick, provided you can also present an identity document . Note all the same that “If during confinement, one resides elsewhere than his usual home, it will obligatorily be a certificate”, as the place Beauvau pointed out to franceinfo.
Travel within a radius of 30 km: for essential purchases or administrative procedures
In confined departments, it is possible to move within a wider radius, of 30 km. It’s the case “to make essential purchases or order withdrawals”, “to go to a public service for an act or a process that cannot be carried out remotely”, or for “travel to or from a place of worship”.
“The general rule is that you stay in your department and that inter-regional trips are not possible., said the spokeswoman for the Interior Ministry. On the other hand, we have put a little flexibility in all this, especially if we live on the edge of another region. Camille Chaize clarified: “If you have to cross the limit of your department within this 30 km radius, there is no difficulty.”
Document to present: day certificate. Matignon explained, Saturday afternoon, that for the 16 departments subject to new restrictions, “certification and justification of the reason for the trip will continue to be required for trips of more than 10 kilometers”, specifying that they can be “either within the department, or for inter-regional trips”.
Travel without distance limit: for a move, care, a compelling reason …
In areas placed in confinement, certain trips are not affected by a distance limitation. This is particularly the case of those “related to a move resulting from a change of domicile” or even those “essential for the acquisition or rental of a main residence” that cannot be postponed.
The first version of the new certificate also mentioned business travel, “purchases of supplies necessary for professional activity, or for home deliveries”. The distance limit does not apply either for care consultations, for compelling family reasons, in the event of disability, for a judicial or administrative summons, for a mission of general interest, or to participate in gatherings. authorized.
Document to present: day certificate. As for all trips beyond a radius of 10 km, “certification and justification of the reason for the trip will continue to be required”.
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