Five EU countries today lift quarantine restrictions

Source : 112 Ukraine

Authorities of Germany, France, Czech Republic, Poland, and Norway decided to weaken quarantine
10:41, 20 April 2020

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On April 20, authorities of five EU countries lifted part of the quarantine restrictions imposed in the fight against the coronavirus epidemic, as Deutsche Welle reported.

Germany allows opening commercial areas of less than 800 square meters, as well as car dealerships, bicycle shops, and books.

The Czech Republic is launching a five-stage plan for the resumption of public life. Markets would resume their work. Citizens can now also conduct open-air seminars, travel abroad on business or to visit relatives. Upon return, everyone must be quarantined for 14 days.

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France will allow the resumption of visits to nursing homes. Physical contact is still prohibited. Only two relatives can visit an elderly person at a time. It is worth noting that coronavirus was recorded in 45% of French nursing homes.

Kindergartens, as well as some health professionals, will resume work in Norway. High schools, universities, hairdressers, massage, and beauty salons are planned to open in a week.

In Poland, on Sunday the largest spike in new cases of infection with coronavirus was recorded - 545 people. Despite this, the country's authorities are reopening parks and forests. The number of people who are simultaneously allowed to enter stores is increasing.

As we reported before, as of Monday morning, April 20, Ukraine recorded 5,710 cases of coronavirus Covid-19.

Related: Office of the President reports on isolated cases of quarantine violations

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