Information posted on North Deux-Sevres Network facebook page.
'The Deux-Sèvres department is not among the areas in France where a curfew applies with restrictions on exits and closures starting at 21 pm. Pending a potential prefectoral order clarifying what is authorized or prohibited in the department, the rules of the declared state of health emergency apply everywhere in France starting this Friday, October 16 at midnight.
The rules of the state of health emergency
In concrete terms, this means that rallies of more than six people on the public road are prohibited except for rallies of a claim (after prefecture declaration). On the other hand, any festive activities such as weddings or student nights held in party rooms, versatile rooms or any other establishment receiving the public will be prohibited. Warning, for weddings, the entry into force measure of the ban has not been clearly established.
In restaurants, the reinforced health protocol limits to six, the number of customers per table and customer details will need to be recorded to facilitate tracing of contact cases when needed. In all places that receive from the sitting public, such as cinemas or meeting rooms, one seat in two between two persons or formed group (friends, family members) should be left. In all standing places, like supermarkets, museums, fairs and salons, the reception will depend on the area, based on 4 m2 per person.'
I've asked if there are any restrictions on travel