That's a good news. Supporters of the France team wishing to follow the Blues match against Germany on Tuesday (kick-off at 9 p.m. on Tuesday) in public places or with friends: they will be able to enjoy the match without fear of be fined for exceeding the curfew schedule. Roxana Maracineanu, Minister Delegate for Sports said this Tuesday morning on Franceinfo that there will be "tolerance for people who return home after watching the match in a cafe or restaurant", even if the curfew is maintained at 11 p.m. due to the Covid-19 epidemic.
🗣️ Curfew: there will be "tolerance for people who return home after watching the game in a cafe," says Roxana Maracineanu.
"I ask the French to be responsible."
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However, there is no question of stretching the party if the men of Didier Deschamps are successful. This tolerance will last a few minutes, with the match scheduled to end between 10:45 p.m. and 11 p.m. It will be difficult to justify returning home after midnight. So be careful: "You have to respect the rule, namely to be in a cafe with seats to follow the match and then to come home after the match, once you've been very happy with this victory for the Blues", continued the Minister of Sports. She insists on the curfew rule by asserting that it
"Do not be limited, we saw it with Roland-Garros a few days ago"
Friday evening, hundreds of tennis fans were able to witness the defeat of Rafael Nadal against Novak Djokovic.
They had been allowed to stay until the end of the match, which took place beyond 11 p.m.
Roxana Maracineanu followed in the footsteps of her colleague Gérald Darmanin.
The Minister of the Interior had asked this Monday the police to show a "particular leniency" vis-à-vis fans of the France team "who would return home after watching the match at outside their home ”.