June 2nd 2020

Day 76 – 1st day of de-confinement phase II

New phase

Just came back from town where I went to get some bread. I have to add that this was the 1st time in almost 3 months. Anyway, the place is buzzing, it is the 1st day that cafés and restaurants are open again and the terraces are full. Things are obviously getting back to normal.

I myself will carry on taking as much precautions as possible and limit drastically my outings where there might be the possibility of a crowd.

If I am not statisfied with the separation space available in restaurants, I simply will not go there.

Anyway, I must get on as I have a few things to take care of today

Pic of the day

The daily dash board



Information, news and tips

A new month usually means some new regulations. Oneof them is that gaz price is going down ever so slightly. The other one involves mobile phones in your car. Starting June 1st, if you are caught with a phone in your hand whilst driving and at the same time you are comitting a possible driving offense (not giving priority, not letting people crossing on zebra crossing etc) you driving license will be taken away straight away for 6 months. I repeat… you do not need to be on the phone, just have hold the phone in your hand. So watch out.

Summer sales will begin on July 15th. The decision has been taken.

Is this how you feel after 75 days? (Photo from Mark)

Food and drinks

No new recipes today


The daily selection


The dreaded statistics

Top countries according to the number of deaths

Increase of deaths from previous day

Cases by country v population (1.000 deaths upwards)

France follow-up

Not sure what is happening with the reporting of deaths in retirement homes. New data will be available tomorrow apparently.

Occitanie & Aude follow-up

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