The authorities of the UK and Portugal mitigate the restrictions aiming for the fight against coronavirus as DW reported.
Portugal mitigates quarantine restrictions for tourists coming to the country from the majority of other EU states. It will concern EU countries, where new infections during the past two weeks did not surpass 500 cases per 100,000 citizens. Guests from these countries, with a negative test, can enter Portugal even without an emergency.
The UK also mitigates quarantine restrictions; however, the set of measures that will be canceled differs in each area. In two districts of Scotland, no restrictions will be lifted due to the coronavirus outbreak as BBC reported.
Pubs, bars, and restaurants can serve customers indoors in England. Besides, museums, cinemas, children's play areas, theatres, concert halls and sports stadiums, hotels will reopen. People can gather in groups of six or two households.
In Scotland (except Glasgow and Moray), pubs and restaurants can serve alcohol indoor only until 10:30 p.m. Entertainment venues such as cinemas, theatres and bingo halls can reopen; however, they can admit up to 100 people. People can meet indoors in groups of six from up to three households. Outdoors, up to eight people from eight households can meet.
In Wales, pubs and restaurants can reopen indoors and customers can meet in groups of up to six from six households. Cinemas, bowling, museums, galleries and theatres reopen. Rules of meetings indoor do not change: only two households can meet.
In Northern Ireland, lockdown rules will be reviewed on May 20. If some measures are canceled; the changes come into force from May 24.
As we reported, Greece opened borders, including for tourists on Friday, May 14. They will not be obliged to pass quarantine. However, tourists need to have a vaccination certificate or negative test for coronavirus or document confirmed that a person has overcome the virus.