Coronavirus:European countries outlines lockdown easing measure

Here’s Some Good news as France Italy and Spain have outlined plans to ease the restrictions after seven weeks of lockdown.

Italy Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said the measures would be relaxed from 4 May so people being allowed to visit their relatives in small numbers.

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Parks, factories and building sites will reopen, but schools will not restart classes until September.

Italy Pm further added “If you love Italy, keep your distance,” as Covid-19 fatalities rose by 260 – the country’s lowest day-to-day increase since 14 March.

France set to ease Covid-19 lockdown Restrictions in a bid to restart its economy.

Therefore ministers will put forward plans to ease the current rules in place on Tuesday.

Paris,Frace (image by Reuters)

Officials have highlighted seventeen priorities which will be considered for relaxation, including reopening of schools, returning people to work and having public transport up and running.

In his address to the nation president Emmanuel Macron made it very clear that while some businesses be opening on May 11th, bars, cafés, restaurants and other tourist areas would not be included.

Spain is one of the worst-hit countries in the coronavirus pandemic, with having restrictions of movement ,have been eased to allow children outside for the first time in six weeks,A step being taken by officials to ease lockdown in some areas.

Spain set to ease lockdown (Image by Manchestereveningnews)

Spain has had one of Europe’s strictest lockdowns but the government hopes to ease measures further to let everyone exercise outside.

However plans included to reopen some of its popular beaches, with police making sure social distancing rules are being followed.The Spanish authorities have outlined a three-step recovery plan for the region, putting locals first in line to enjoy the holiday hotspot.

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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern (image by metro)

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