Quarantine restrictions are being eased in European countries. Restaurants and churches have been opened in Italy
This is reported by the British agency Reuters.
It is noted that shops, restaurants and churches are opened in Italy. At the same time, residents on the summer sites of cafes should keep a distance from each other.
“I haven’t worked in two and a half months. It’s a great, terrific day,” says the bartender from Rome.
In Greece, where 156 deaths from coronavirus were recorded, the beaches were opened to the public on Saturday, May 16, and churches were allowed to visit from Sunday, May 17.
On Monday, 18 May, in Greece will open to tourists sights like the Acropolis, where employees will be required to wear masks and plastic protective equipment.
“I have been to the Acropolis today and the world’s landmark continues to be inspired by its glittering marble in the sun,” said the museum director.
At the same time, Spain intends to open borders for foreign tourists at the end of June.
Denmark has also opened summer grounds for restaurants and cafes. In Britain, people were allowed to walk on beaches and in parks.