Lots of organization … and money
For Hélène, her husband and their five children, it is not easy to visit the capital with the obligatory mask. Every morning, the checks go beyond the water bottle and the cap. “We add the mask, the hydroalcoholic gel … things that we did not have before. It’s restrictive,” blows the mother. Not to mention that all this has a cost. “We need a lot more masks and then we would have to buy some and… No. Why not? Because a box like that is 10 euros.”
Some don’t even plan to put a dime into it. Too expensive, or too complicated. As for Jefferson, who comes from Marseille with an old surgical mask in a ball in the back of his pocket. “I recovered the masks that I am given with my work, they are masks that I reuse. I do not necessarily follow the rules in place.”
A constraint, but vacationers live with it. Not putting on your mask can be expensive: in the event of an inspection, it is a fine of 135 euros.