Students attend class wearing face masks in Antibes, France, on Nov. 2. At the end of October, France returned to a partial national lockdown to stem a surge in coronavirus cases. Meanwhile, schools remain open.

ANTIBES, Nov. 2, 2020 — Students attend a class wearing face masks after Halloween break in Antibes, southern France, Nov. 2, 2020.
Starting early Friday, France returned to a partial national lockdown to stem the coronavirus pandemic. People in France now can go out only for work, health emergency, essential family needs or short exercise near home. Non-essential shops, including bars, cafes, gyms and restaurants, are closed.
Meanwhile, schools and public institutions remain open while construction and industrial activities are operating to avoid an economic collapse. (Photo by Serge Haouzi/Xinhua via Getty) (Xinhua/Serge Haouzi via Getty Images)