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The decision to ease lockdown on precautionary conditions in Europe

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Italy, Spain, and Germany, the countries most affected by the global coronavirus epidemic, have decided to ease the lockdown on other precautions, including social distance.

France meanwhile has decided to ease the lockdown under the Red, Orange, and Green categories, while in Germany public transport and shops must wear masks.

Italy, France, Spain, and Germany have announced a phased easing of the lockdown, but in the meantime, social distance, wearing of masks and proposed precautions must be followed.

In these countries, cafes, bars, and restaurants will be closed while other shops will be open.

In France, children will start going to school voluntarily from May 11, but classes will be limited to 15 children.

Special-size shops will be allowed to open in Germany, schools will be opened in phases and religious gatherings will be banned until August 31.

Parks, factories, and construction are opening in Italy, but schools will remain closed until September.

In Italy, people will be allowed to move into their region, 15 people will be able to attend the funeral.

Barbershops and beauty salon will be here in June while sports activities will be started till May 18.

Barber and other businesses will be open in neighboring Spain from May 4 to 11 under Phase Zero. Professional sports leagues will be able to do their training.

Some schools in Spain will open in late May and others in September, while small businesses and hotels will be open from May 11, with the limited religious activity allowed.

Theatres and cinemas will also open in Spain at the end of May, with half-capacity shops open by mid-June, and beaches open by the end of June.

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