At least 164,801 confirmed cases, including at least 29,843 deaths, as reported by Public Health France COVID-19 page (note figures vary from other sources). Lockdown measures have entered Phase 2. Wearing of face masks compulsory on public transport and in secondary schools.
30 June: 541 new cases and 21 deaths bringing the total to 164,801 and 29,843 deaths. Since early June the number of new cases has been below 550 cases per day and the number of deaths has been declining.
20 June: 811 new cases and 14 deaths reported on 19 June bringing the total to 159,452 and 29,617 deaths. Schools will reopen from 22 June and the second round of municipal elections originally scheduled for March will go ahead on 28 June. All of mainland France is now in the "green zone" the overseas territories of Mayotte and French Guiana will remain orange.
12 June: The number of cases continues to decline, 726 cases and 33 deaths new cases were reported in the last 24 hours, bringing the total to 156,287 and 29,374 deaths. France is rolling out an official coronavirus contact-tracing app aimed at containing fresh outbreaks as lockdown restrictions gradually ease.
5 June: France has entered "Phase 2" of easing lockdown. Bars, cafes and restaurants opened this week, tables must be 1 metre apart and in Paris customers must sit outside. Travel restrictions within the country were also lifted. Gatherings of no more than 10 are permitted in public spaces. Case numbers continue to decline with 611 new cases and 47 deaths reported in the last 24 hours bringing the total to 153,055 cases and 29,111 deaths.