EU countries gradually ease Covid restrictions
Several European countries are cautiously starting to loosen COVID-19 restrictions, even as infection rates and intensive care occupancy remain high in many cases.
In France, a domestic travel ban was lifted on Monday as secondary and high school students returned to school for the first time in a month. But a night-time curfew remained in place while the outdoor terraces of France’s cafes and restaurants won’t be allowed to reopen until May 19 along with museums, cinemas, theatres and concert halls –under certain conditions.
Italy began gradually reopening last week with students returning to schools, and museums and cinemas opening their doors.
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