Photo: kurier.at Small shops were allowed to open after quarantine
The government has relaxed the quarantine to allow to open shops “first wave”.
The Austrian authorities allowed on Tuesday, April 14, to resume the work of the small shops that did not work last week in connection with quarantine, according to Kurier.
So, today opened stores whose area does not exceed 400 square metres. Hardware stores and garden centers also belong to the so-called first wave of opening, regardless of the size of their retail space.
Also start to work car wash, car and bike workshops, the sale of metal and wood, pawnshops and precious metals trading.
However, business is limited by strict rules: the number of people is limited, clients must wear a mask and abide by the rules of distancing.
“In economic terms, we want to overcome this crisis and to fight for every job in Austria,” said the Chancellor Sebastian Kurz last week, announcing a phased plan for the opening of the economy.
Large shopping centers remain closed until may 2. Restaurants and hotels can gradually start to open from mid-may.
Earlier it was reported that in Austria, random people will check on COVID-19.
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