Confinement in Europe ends on monday
The lifting of restrictions, imposed by almost all governments to stop the covid-19 pandemic, will continue this Monday with the reopening of many services in many European countries, including Portugal.
Greece, Italy, Denmark, Belgium, Ireland, Poland and Macedonia are some of the countries that either start or continue with the lack of definition, now with the reopening of schools, commerce, restaurants, cafes and beauty salons, among other sectors of activity.
Czech Republic on April 7, Austria on 14, Denmark on 15, and Norway on 20, were the first in Europe to lift some of the limitations imposed to control the covid-19 pandemic, in some cases reopening small trade and the nursery, in others cases allowing the exit to the street and the trips.
This Monday these and other sectors of activity reopen in a group of European countries.