France will lift domestic travel restrictions on May 3, the French government spokesperson said Wednesday.
Currently, people are allowed to go outside, but within a 10-kilometer radius from their homes and a nationwide 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. CET curfew is in place.
Spokesperson Gabriel Attal said kindergarten and primary schools would reopen on April 26 as planned, and high schools would reopen on May 3.
Attal lauded the vaccination rollout in France and said one in four adults had received a first dose of the vaccine.
On Tuesday, the French health ministry reported at least 43,098 new cases in the last 24 hours, and recorded 375 deaths, bringing the country's total to 101,597.