Coronavirus: Some countries in Europe to ease restrictions - BBC News

Coronavirus: Some countries in Europe to ease restrictions – BBC News

Spain’s Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez, said he hopes to relax lockdown restrictions so that children kept indoors due to Covid-19 can “get some fresh air”

Europe’s largest economy, Germany, will allow shops of up to 800 square metres (8,611 square feet), as well as car dealers and bike shops, to open their doors again

Other countries such as Denmark have begun opening up schools for under-11s while Norway is set to reopen kindergartens on Monday. Germany will reopen some schools on 4 May although the most populous state will begin opening up from Monday.

Sweden has kept its schools open throughout the crisis. However, none of these countries has been as badly hit by the virus as Spain.


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