German protesting against quarantine

Some quarantine restrictions removed in Germany, France, Poland, Norway and the Czech Republic.

In five countries of the European Union from Monday, April 20, cancel the restrictions, imposed because of the pandemic of coronavirus, reports Deutsche welle.

For example, in Germany this day is allowed the job of commercial space with an area less than 800 square meters and showrooms, bike shops and books.

Czech Republic from 20 April begins a five-phased approach to the resumption of public life. Allowed to resume work markets. Citizens can also now conduct workshops under the open sky, to travel abroad for business or to visit relatives. In return, must undergo 14-day quarantine.

In France will be allowed to resume visits to nursing homes. Physical contact is still prohibited. An elderly person can visit only two relatives at the same time. It should be noted that the coronavirus was recorded in 45% of French nursing homes.

In Norway will resume kindergartens, as well as some experts in the field of health. Secondary schools, universities, barbershops, massage parlors and beauty salons are planned to open in a week.

Despite the biggest daily growth of coronavirus in Poland open to visit parks and forests. The number of people allowed to enter the stores.

As reported in Poland with 19 APR planned “slow to unfreeze the economy,” which stopped due to the pandemic.


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