A bit more chilled where I live in Haute Savoie now. Local shop (a Spar/Casino - small to medium size) now has a dedicated man on the door to ensure '1 out, 1 in'. Very polite, and there was no queue to get in when I went this morning. 2 bags of pasta and one of noodles left. Pretty much everything else well stocked - Kronenbourg on offer at EUR 9.95 for a pack of 26; far better than pasta!Very national with further restrictions coming on Monday apparently.
Just watched the local news with Gendarmerie at the doors of supermarkets checking papers, then the national news whereby the Forest of Fontainebleu is OOB totally.
Quite a big place really.
Drones up there now, and over any beaches or riverside parks too elsewhere in France.
Mobile field hospital being set up in Mulhouse (Alsace) which is apparently badly hit.
French air force just medevacked 6 from there to hospital in Bordeaux which is not as badly hit.
Locally here (south-west) the shops have established a system, a surprise to me too, but queueing here, outside the UK is still orderly.
People start waiting for the local Super U to open at 9am, and form a line.
The first 30 consumers are allowed in, and as they leave the corresponding number is allowed in.
A bit like discos in the 70's apparently.
Lots of stock on the shelf and limitations on numbers of what you can buy.
No visible shortages yet, but this is all second hand from neighbours though.
We did an online shop yesterday to be collected by me on Tuesday from the Drive annexe.
Then I shall see for myself.
Diesel and petrol prices continue to fall, only €1.12 a litre now for gazole.
No gendarmes seen, and no requirement thus far to hand over the signed 'attestation', but I do carry one at all times.
Should be interesting to see what Macron's next pronouncement brings.