Europe 1 with AFP / Photo credit: Stephane Mouchmouche / Hans Lucas / Hans Lucas via AFP 4:51 p.m., February 5, 2024

During the period of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, from July 26 to August 11 and from August 28 to September 8, the government asks individuals to avoid parcel deliveries "as far as possible".

The government invites individuals to avoid “as far as possible” parcel deliveries next summer, during the period of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, we can read on the “Anticipate the Games” website. “As far as possible, we invite you to anticipate your package orders so that they are delivered before July 24, after September 8 or between the two Olympics, i.e. between August 12 and 27, 2024,” specifies the Ministry of Transport on the government website.

La Poste is working on “business continuity plans”

In the event that deliveries should still take place during these Games, the government is asking to “favor deliveries at times and days with less traffic” and “by bike or on foot”, or at relay points”. outside the security perimeters (red and blue zones)".


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Questioned on this subject by AFP, La Poste said it “understands the urgent need to ensure the security of goods and people during the Games”. The public group is "currently working on business continuity plans to best ensure the delivery of its customers' packages in compliance with the arrangements made by the authorities", he added.