Covid-19 symptoms : an online test is now available to identify and orientate you to the health service most adapted to your condition. Step by step translation provided.
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.
Je veux aider – an online government initiative to connect volunteers with vulnerable or isolated members of the community during the Covid-19 pandemic
The region has opened a series of Covid-19 crisis centres to help reduce the pressure on hospitals and emergency services
The latest attestation de déplacement and justificatif de déplacement professionnel can be downloaded from the government website here (copy available with English translation- select the .doc file entitled DOWNLOAD).
Le coronavirus se transmet par l’air mais aussi par le contact, que ce soit avec une personne ou un objet. (se transmet – is transmitted….que se soit – whether it be)
CSF update from Association President, Phil Mercer regarding services provided by CSF, both local and national, during the Covid-19 epidemic
The Foreign & Commonwealth Office announced on 23 March that all UK nationals travelling in France should return to the UK without delay, whilst commercial options are still available.
The Mairie of Perpignan has opened a Covid-19 crisis centre in the old military hospital on rue Zamenhof, opposite the Arago carpark.
If you wish to leave home, you will need to carry proof with you at all times. This is called the attestation de déplacement dérogatoire and can be downloaded from the government website.