Entrepreneur Reconfinement: businesses that can remain open

Reconfinement: businesses that can remain open

The re-containment, introduced by the public authorities from October 30 until 1er December (at least) to limit the rampant spread of Covid-19, forces a large number of businesses and establishments open to the public (ERP), namely all those which are “non-essential”, to close their doors during this period . But many can still remain open.

Note: unlike last March, a certain number of activities are maintained, in particular public services, in particular counter, wholesale businesses, food markets and of course analysis laboratories. Parks, gardens, beaches and bodies of water also remain accessible.

Here is the precise list of businesses and ERP which are authorized to remain open and the list of those which must close.

Shops and ERP authorized to remain open:

– public services ;

– personal services at home;

– essential trade;

– maintenance, repair and technical control of motor vehicles, vehicles, agricultural machinery and equipment;

– trade in automotive equipment;

– trade and repair of motorcycles and cycles;

– necessary supplies for farms;

– retail sale of frozen products;

– general food trade;

– mini markets;

– supermarkets;

– multi-store stores;

– hypermarkets;

– retail sale of fruit and vegetables in specialized stores;

– retail sale of meat and meat products in specialized stores;

– retail sale of fish, crustaceans and molluscs in specialized stores;

– retail sale of bread, pastry and confectionery in specialized stores;

– retail sale of beverages in specialized stores;

– other food retailing in specialized stores;

– food distributions provided by charitable associations;

– retail sale of fuels and combustibles in specialized stores, shops associated with these businesses for the sale of food to take away, excluding alcoholic products, and sanitary facilities open to road users;

– retail sale of information and communication equipment in specialized stores;

– retail sale of computers, peripheral units and software in specialized stores;

– retail sale of telecommunications equipment in specialized stores;

– retail sale of construction materials, hardware, paints and glasses in specialized stores;

– retail sale of textiles in specialized stores;

– retail sale of newspapers and stationery in specialized stores;

– retail sale of pharmaceutical products in specialized stores;

– retail sale of medical and orthopedic articles in specialized stores;

– optical retail trade;

– retail sale of food and supplies for pets, garden centers;

– food retailing on stalls when they are installed in a market;

– retail sale of tobacco products, electronic cigarettes, vaping equipment and devices in specialized stores;

– sale by vending machines and other retail businesses outside stores, stalls or markets;

– hotels and similar accommodation with the exception of holiday villages, family houses and collective inns;

– tourist accommodation and other short-term accommodation when it constitutes a regular domicile for the persons living there;

– campgrounds and parks for caravans or leisure vehicles when they constitute a regular domicile for the people who live there;

– rental and leasing of motor vehicles;

– rental and leasing of other machinery, equipment and goods;

– rental and leasing of agricultural machinery and equipment;

– rental and leasing of machinery and equipment for construction;

– activities of labor placement agencies;

– activities of temporary employment agencies;

– repair of computers and personal and household goods;

– repair of computers and communication equipment;

– repair of computers and peripheral equipment;

– repair of communication equipment;

– laundry-dyer;

– wholesale laundry-dyeing;

– retail laundry-dyeing;

– funeral services;

– financial and insurance activities, wholesale trade;

– veterinary clinics and veterinary school clinics;

– analysis laboratories;

– transport services.

Please note: the departmental prefect is empowered to prohibit, restrict or regulate, by regulatory or individual measures, activities that are not prohibited. When local circumstances so require, it may, in addition, temporarily close one or more categories of establishments open to the public as well as meeting places, or regulate the reception of the public there. Finally, he may, by decree issued after formal notice remained unanswered, order the closure of establishments open to the public that do not implement the obligations applicable to them.

Shops and public buildings to close:

– ERP CTS type: marquees, tents and structures;

– ERP type S: libraries, documentation centers, media libraries;

– ERP type Y: museums (and by extension, monuments);

– ERP type L: hearing, conference, meeting, performance or multi-use rooms (such as party rooms and multipurpose rooms), except for courtrooms in jurisdictions, crematoriums and funeral rooms ;

– ERP type X: indoor sports establishments (gymnasiums, indoor swimming pools, saunas and hammams, etc.) except for professional sports;

– PA type ERP: outdoor establishments (stadiums, racetracks, amusement parks, zoos, etc.) except for professional sports activities;

– ERP type P: dance halls (discos) and game rooms (casinos, bowling alleys);

– ERP type M: sales stores and shopping centers, except for their delivery and pick-up activities and except for authorized activities;

– Type N ERP: restaurants and drinking establishments, except for their delivery and take-away activities, room service for hotel restaurants and bars and contract catering;

– ERP type T: exhibition halls, trade fairs and exhibitions of a temporary nature;

– ERP type U: spa or thalassotherapy establishments;

– Closure of campsites, holiday villages and tourist accommodation, except when they constitute a regular home for those who live there or for the reception of people in isolation or in quarantine.

Art. 27 to 30, decree n ° 2020-1310 of 29 October 2020, OJ of 30

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