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PARIS (Reuters) - France will allow restaurants, bars and cafes to reopen from June 2, though with more restrictions in Paris than elsewhere, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said on Thursday as he announced the next phase in easing the country’s coronavirus lockdown. French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe looks on during a session of questions to the government at the French National Assembly in Paris, France May 26, 2020, as France eases lockdown measures taken to curb the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Christophe Archambault/Pool via REUTERS. The government is also lifting a nationwide 100 km (60-mile) travel restriction and will reopen beaches and parks from next week. Ph... Full story

28 May