In a press release sent out on Wednesday 13th January, the British government outlined details of a new global healthcare card for Brits abroad, gradually replacing the current EHIC cards which will remain valid until their expiry date.
To help keep English-speaking residents and visitors to the region informed on Covid 19, CSF Languedoc have been sharing bulletins of extremely useful information.
E-bikes are economical, ecological and accessible to all fitness levels, allowing you to put in as much, or as little, effort as you wish – and such fun on the many safe and dedicated bike tracks around the P-O
The rumours have been rife, as always with the C-word, but following a meeting yesterday, 13th January, Prime Minister Jean Castex announced this evening, 14th January, details of the decisions made, including bringing the curfew forward to 6pm.
A press release from the British Embassy released on Friday 8th January outlines new measures to bolster existing border measures.
How to update your Carte Vitale
The snow is falling in the Pyrénées and no doubt thoughts are turning to waxing and servicing skis in preparation for the opening of the pistes. But there is another snowy activity to consider : snowshoeing!
Access without charge for eyes, ears and teeth
Sauv’Life- an app that could be a matter of life or death will guide volunteers in the viccinty to administer emergency first aid to heart attack sufferers
UPDATED WITH MORE VOCABULARY The French media is full of the coronavirus, and staying informed is crucial to us all. The following vocabulary has been taken from media reports, and government information. We do hope it’s of use. Stay strong, stay, safe, stay well et bon courage.