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Old Yesterday, 18:30 (Ref:3968468)   #1111
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"What can I do for you? asked the doc.

The man replied; "Me and the wife we don't enjoy sex anymore."

The Doc looked rather surprised and asked; "Well how old are you.?"

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My point. Exactly…
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Old Today, 08:18 (Ref:3968534)   #1113
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Gone off on your hols yet, Gerard??
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Old Today, 08:53 (Ref:3968536)   #1114
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Yes. Its the weekend gov' spokesman seems nervous, police too and my two dogs really need to go out and play in the woods. So the sooner the better. They are fining as many people as possible, event the périphérique is half closed… I drive to and back, meet nobody but some rabbits and ducks.
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Old Today, 09:52 (Ref:3968540)   #1115
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Yes. Its the weekend gov' spokesman seems nervous, police too and my two dogs really need to go out and play in the woods. So the sooner the better. They are fining as many people as possible, event the périphérique is half closed… I drive to and back, meet nobody but some rabbits and ducks.
DJ Invicta (Dave Pollard) has to fill out a Attestation Déplacement Dérogatoire (I think) every time he goes out and is only allowed out for an hour, is it the same where you are?
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Old Today, 10:14 (Ref:3968542)   #1116
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DJ Invicta (Dave Pollard) has to fill out a Attestation Déplacement Dérogatoire (I think) every time he goes out and is only allowed out for an hour, is it the same where you are?
It's the same wherever you are - well, that's the theory! Certain Parisiens have managed to sneak off to their second homes in Brittany which hasn't gone down very well with the locals.

The one hour limit is for exercise, obviously that's not practical for shopping etc. For instance, I'm a 20-minute drive from the nearest shops. Having said that, in three weeks I've yet to see a gendarme. One of the joys of living in a small farming village is that life within the village pretty well goes on as normal.
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Yes Tim, its the same everywhere you are in France, official name is Attestation de Déplacement Dérogatoire. You can download and print it or write one by hand of download it via a smartphone. Seven reasons why you could go out, including for work if can't be done via internet. In principle, jogging or walking a dog is only one hour per day and you have to stay within one kilometer from your home. Some areas are not checked while many others see a lot of police. Living in a large town doesn't help though…

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They try to avoid people jogging in tight groups. With a sunny day there are too many imo. Walking my Yorkies in the woods this morning, I almost met nobody and avoided any contact.
They are talking about a better lock down situation mid April. When the word "war" was launched all of a sudden many though about grey market! In some areas you can buy efficient health masks… When our doctors and nurses miss them so much.
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Old Today, 11:08 (Ref:3968563)   #1119
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The one hour limit is for exercise, obviously that's not practical for shopping etc. For instance, I'm a 20-minute drive from the nearest shops. Having said that, in three weeks I've yet to see a gendarme. One of the joys of living in a small farming village is that life within the village pretty well goes on as normal.
Dave said it's for driving as well and he is a bit worried as he has to drive 45 minutes to a hospital appointment in a week or so and won't be doing the round trip in an hour. I suggested two forms, one for each direction.
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Tim, I dont think Dave has to be worried about the one hour only thing. The two limits, one kilometer from home and one hour max per day are for sport and dog walks.
Your friend is in case #3, "Consultations et soins ne pouvant être assurés à distance et ne pouvant être différés, consultations et soins des patients atteints d'une affection de longue durée". In this case at least, absolutely no limit neither in time nor in mileage.
It can be done on the same form one per visit, one per week in this case. If your friend Dave needs help in french, dont hesitate a single second. Me or, better, John will help in comprehension. Please feel free.
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What Dave can do is to fill another form for other "activities". They are not recorded, unless you use a smartphone. I use the same one for food and dog walk, put the purpose, date and hour each time using it like a hand Kienzle used in the trucks. Hope I'm clear here…
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Tim, I dont think Dave has to be worried about the one hour only thing. The two limits, one kilometer from home and one hour max per day are for sport and dog walks.
Your friend is in case #3, "Consultations et soins ne pouvant être assurés à distance et ne pouvant être différés, consultations et soins des patients atteints d'une affection de longue durée". In this case at least, absolutely no limit neither in time nor in mileage.
It can be done on the same form one per visit, one per week in this case. If your friend Dave needs help in french, dont hesitate a single second. Me or, better, John will help in comprehension. Please feel free.
Many thanks for that Gerard, he's lived in france for a while now so think his French is getting there, he watches a lot of Allo Allo But seriously his wife is fluent now and he can get by OK.
He'll probably see this anyway and comment, or tell me to mind my own business.
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Spare a thought for our Dr Bob, " he got hit by a kangaroo yesterday."
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Spare a thought for our Dr Bob, " he got hit by a kangaroo yesterday."

Was the Kangaroo annoyed about something?

Could be worse perhaps?

Best to avoid queues for bread in France. Allegedly.
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