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You are missing your family ?




Faced with the pandemic, you have been forced to confine yourself to a home sometimes far from your family. Deconfinement is approaching or is gradually being implemented, so now is the time to find it again.
The luckiest are those whose families live in the same country. Indeed, many borders remain closed for the moment and therefore prevent you from joining your family members. However, you should be aware of the current restrictions on travel as many changes are being updated and the borders may open in the future under special conditions if you are in possession of a certificate.
If you wish to travel within your country, make sure you are aware of your rights as some mileage limits from your home and some group size limits may not be crossed according to your country's restrictions!


Precautionary measures




If you are fortunate enough to be reunited with your family, precautionary measures should be taken. If you have not been confined to your family, it is important to keep a physical distance of more than one metre between you and avoid contact. Remember to wash your hands regularly and disinfect door handles and objects that you and your family members may touch. Wear a mask and change it every three hours.

For the moment, it is strongly recommended that you do not come into contact with people at risk, especially your grandparents, for whom it would be better to postpone your reunion until later.

 

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