Here is the map of places and streets in Paris where wearing a mask will be mandatory outdoors

7:03 p.m., August 8, 2020, modified at 7:05 p.m., August 8, 2020

The prefectural decrees will take effect Monday morning and wearing a mask will now be compulsory in certain outdoor public spaces with high traffic. The measure was expected in Paris, it will also be extended to the departments of the inner suburbs and Val-d’Oise. In the capital, more than a hundred arteries, squares, markets or gardens are concerned. On Wednesday evening, a meeting was held at the Prefecture of Police, in the presence of the Prefect Didier Lallement and the prefects of Ile-de-France. It was decided to initiate a phase of consultation with the district town halls in Paris and with local elected officials in the Ile-de-France departments. Objective: to establish “a reasoned cartography”.

Here is the map of places and streets in Paris affected by the obligation to wear a mask (click on the image to enlarge):

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(Police Department)

In the capital, almost all the districts are concerned. From east to west, all the quays of the Seine are targeted by the measure, as are the Canal Saint-Martin, the Bassin de la Villette, major popular axes mainly in the north (avenue de Saint-Ouen, boulevards de Clichy, Rochechouart, de la Chapelle), and the east of the capital (Belleville, Ménilmontant), tourist places like the Butte-Montmartre or traders like Bercy Village.

Most of the Parisian markets will not escape the new rule, as will the very shopping streets such as Montorgueil, Passy, ​​Lévis and Poncelet, Faubourg Saint-Denis, Mouffetard, Daguerre, la Roquette, Goutte d’Or, Secrétan …

List of areas in which wearing a mask is compulsory:

Set of “low” quays, banks of the Seine accessible to pedestrians and “gentle” traffic on both the right bank and the left bank.

Right bank : from quai de Bercy (12th) to quai Louis Blériot (16th)

Left Bank : from quai d’Ivry (13th) to quai d’Issy-les-Moulineaux (15th)

1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th arrondissements

– rue Montorgueil

– Red Children market

– rue Rambuteau

– rue de Bretagne

– rue des Francs Bourgeois

– rue Saint-Honoré

– rue de Montmartre

5th and 6th arrondissements

– Rue Mouffetard

-rue de Buci

– rue de Seine

– rue Mazarine

– rue Jacques Callot

– rue Princesse

– rue des Canettes

– rue Guisarde

– Saint-Germain market

– Tino Rossi garden

7th district

– rue Clerc

– avenue de Saxe market

9th district

– martyrs Street

– rue Cadet

– Antwerp food market

10th district

– rue de Metz

– rue Oberkampf

– boulevard de Strasbourg

– rue du Château d’Eau between Fb St Martin and Fb St Denis

– rue Cail

– rue Perdonnet

– rue Philippe de Girard

– place Ian Karski

– rue Louis Blanc in its portion between place Karski and the faubourg Saint-Denis

– rue du Faubourg Saint Denis

– rue Lucien Sampaix

– rue de Lancry

– rue des Vinaigriers

– quays of the Canal Saint-Martin (Jemmapes and Valmy)

11th district

– rue de la Roquette,

– rue de Lappe

– Keller Street

– rue Daval

– rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud

– Belleville market

12th district

– Bercy-Village

– Cour Saint-Emilion

– Aligre market

13th district

– Quai François Mauriac

– station’s platform,

– National Library of France (square + steps and quay)

– Maison-Blanche market on Avenue d’Italie

14th district

– rue Daguerre

– rue Raymond Losserand (between rue d’Alésia and avenue du Maine)

15th district

– shopping street

– rue Linois

16th district

– rue de Passy

– rue de l’Annunciation

17th district

– avenue de Saint-Ouen

– rue de Lévis

– rue Poncelet

– rue bayen

18th district

– Barbès market

– Lariboisière market

– Ornano market

– boulevard de la Chapelle (between Tombouctou and boulevard Barbès)

– rue des Islettes

– rue de la Goutte d’or

– rue des Poissonniers

– rue Dejean

– rue de Suez

-rue de Panama

– Dejean market (triangle streets Poulet, Poissonniers and Dejean)

– Porte Montmartre market (including square aux biffins)

– Ordener market

– rue de Steinkerque

– avenue de Saint-Ouen

– boulevard de Clichy

– boulevard du Rochechouart

– Poteau market (Rue Duhesme – between Ordener and Poteau

– Paris flea market

– rue Riquet (between Marx Dormoy and Pajol)

– rue de l’Olive

– Butte Montmartre (place du tertre, square and market of the Sacré-Coeur, rue Norvins, rue du Mont Cenis)

19th district

– quay of the Loire

– quay of the Seine

– quai de Marne

– Quai de l’Oise to the entrance to Parc de la Villette

– rue de Bellevillle

– Joinville market

– party square

– avenue Secrétan

– avenue Mathurin Moreau

-rue Manin

– avenue Jean Jaurès between rue de l’Ourcq and Porte de Pantin

20th arrondissement

– rue des Panoyaux

– rue Victor Letalle

– rue Sorbier (between rue Menilmontant and rue Juillet)

– Belvedere of the Parc de Belleville

– Boulevard de Belleville

– boulevard de Ménilmontant

– rue de Ménilmontant

– rue des Pyrénées

– rue de Bagnolet

– rue d’Avron

– flea market at Porte de Montreuil

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