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Following news of the Bastille Day events in Nice, the French Government is advising people to be vigilant and avoid crowded places. France has extended its National State of Emergency which was due to expire on 26th July for a further three months.  This means the police have greater powers to deal with any suspected threats.

The current FCO advice states:

“We are in touch with the local authorities and seeking more information following an apparent attack on Bastille Day celebration in Nice. If you are in the area follow the instructions of the French authorities who are at present advising people to stay indoors at this time.”

The French government has launched a free smartphone app to alert users about possible security incidents, including all major natural, technological and terrorist-related risks. Users will be able to view alerts for up to eight geographical areas. The app, called SAIP (Système d’alerte et d’information des populations), is available in English and French. You can download the app by entering the term ‘SAIP’ in the Apple App store or Google Play.

There are no travel restrictions in place and OneStage will continue to operate French tours as normal.  We will collaborate with group leaders to ensure their groups’ safety.

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