The effect of the H1N1 virus on France. Roissy airport, arrivals from Mexico, and French tourists wanting to travel to Mexico.
A relatively normal day at Paris' busiest airport, but something is different. Anyone arriving from a country where the H1N1 virus has spread, gets a welcoming commitee from doctors, journalists, and Red Cross workers.
"We're handing out this leaflet. If people have flu symptoms or a temperature, we tell them to contact their doctor within one week of their arrival."
People arriving from Mexico are asked to fill out some forms, that's after their plane had been disinfected.
SOT Garcia Ribas
"The French authorities handed out forms during the flight. They asked us whether we had been in contact with people with the virus, and whether we had any symptoms of the illness."
SOT Daughter 1
They scared us. But I don't know anyone who has the illness and I'm not afraid of falling ill."
In France, Mexico isn't exactly a favoured destination at the moment. Tickets are being reimbursed, package holidays are now being switched to other countries altogether. At this Parisian travel agent, around 60 people have already cancelled their holidays in Mexico. But the country is not yet out of bounds.
"If they buy a ticket to Mexico, until the decision of the French government or the European organisation, we have to sell it, we cannot say no."
The European Union has rejected a French idea to ban trips to Mexico. But this could still happen if the H1N1 virus keeps on spreading.