Restrictions are being slowly lifted across Europe
Austria’s chancellor Sebastian Kurz has become the first European leader to provide specific dates for the end of lockdown measures.
He said the aim was to let smaller shops re-open as soon as April 14, with larger ones and shopping malls opening on May 1 if all goes well.
In Spain, which after Italy has seen the highest number of deaths in Europe, Prime minister Pedro Sanchez has said that some economic restrictions could be lifted after Easter.
Graph via The Sun
All physical exercise – running, walking – will be banned in Paris between 10am and 7pm from tomorrow (Wed April 8) as part of ever stricter Coronavirus lockdown, by order Paris Police Prefecture & city council…Aim is to keep crowds down. What about pre-10am & post-7pm crowds?
— Peter Allen (@peterallenparis) April 7, 2020