France to tighten COVID-19 controls at stations, airports and on roads
Ross Cullen in Paris
French police will be increasing their checks on travelers in France to try to ensure the partial lockdowns in place in much of the country are being respected.
People living in Paris, Lille, Nice, Lyon and millions of other French citizens in other regions are under "braking measures" imposed by the government to try to slow the third wave of COVID-19 infections.
The restrictions prohibit travel between so-called "red zones" and also ban travel out of a shut-down region into an area of lesser concern.