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Covid 19


[Thursday 17 Décember 2020]

For all information concerning the evolution of the health situation in the Pyrénées-Orientales Department, please click on the following link:
ARS website – Covid situation report

As part of the reduction of containment, the President of the Republic announced on 24 November 2020 the end of containment on 15 December 2020 if the control of the epidemic allowed it. As the maximum threshold of 5,000 new cases of contamination per day had not been reached, containment was lifted on 15 December 2020 under these conditions:

A national curfew was introduced, from 8pm (and not 9pm as initially envisaged) to 6am. An exception is planned for the evening of 24 December 2020, when traffic will be free; however, contrary to what was initially planned, there is no exception for the evening of 31 December 2020.
During this curfew, only certain journeys are possible, provided you have a certificate:
travelling to or from work, to or from a vocational training course, or to or from a business trip that cannot be postponed;
compelling family reasons, for assistance to vulnerable and precarious people, particularly people with disabilities, or for childcare;
medical reasons: going to hospital, examinations and care that cannot be provided at a distance and the purchase of medicines;
participating in missions of general interest at the request of the administrative authority (marauding by anti-poverty associations or distributing food aid at home);
people with disabilities and their carers;
walking a pet around their home within a radius of 1 km.
Sporting activities or walking in the open air is prohibited from 8 pm to 6 am;
during the day, travel is authorised and the certificate is no longer required;
travel between regions is authorised;
the gauge in places of worship is not increased;
cinemas, theatres and museums remain closed for at least 3 more weeks, i.e. until 6 January 2021;
the reception of the public in sports grounds, circuses, zoos, gambling halls and casinos remains prohibited;
Restaurants and cafés remain closed as planned until 20 January 2021;
teleworking should continue where possible.


  • Tourist Office

    Tourist Office Beach: Reopening from 21/12
    Monday to Friday from 9am to 12.30pm (closed 25/12 and 01/01)

    Village Tourist Office : closed

    The telephone and digital reception is open from Monday to Friday from 9am to 12.30pm:
    – by telephone on 0468811585
    – by email at infos@argeles-sur-mer.com
    – by Facebook Messenger m.me/argelessurmer.tourism

  • COVID Solidarity Number

    On the occasion of this second confinement, the Argelès-sur-Mer town hall is setting up a call platform to answer your questions. The “Solidarité Covid” number 04 68 95 95 46 is thus accessible from Monday to Friday, from 8am to 12pm and from 2pm to 6pm.

    You can get answers to your general queries: open shops, social benefits, food aid, accessible medical services, emergency assistance, etc.

    If necessary, you will be referred to associations and other social partners that meet your needs.

    Num Solidarite Covid Argeles

  • Shopping gallery on the Internet

    A shopping mall is launched to promote Argelèssie’s economic activity on the Internet. Shopkeepers, craftsmen, liberal professions and industrialists are highlighted there. Those who offer click & collect are indicated.

    Website: https://cai-argeles-sur-mer.fr
    Information: 07 50 15 26 19.

  • Support for Argeles-sur-Mer trade

    The current period is difficult, let’s appeal to the small Argelèsian business. The “click and collect” sales system is developing in our commune.
    ► List of 98 Argelèsian businesses http://www.commerce66.com
    ► Geolocation of shops offering take-away and delivery: Geo’local 66.
    These two tools are proposed by the Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie des Pyrénées-Orientales.
    ► Les Paysans de la mer et de la terre are serving in drive from this Friday 6th November. Information, products and order form: https://rb.gy/mlamxa

    ► The usual Wednesday and Saturday morning markets (in the village) and the Sunday market in the port are maintained.

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