Covid-19: Europe begins to suspect, but with caution

Several countries in Europe are beginning to become suspicious gradually. The UK will enter the second phase of the deflation next week. Shops, gyms and hairdressers reopen; pubs and restaurants can start selling to the wicket, starting on April 12th.

Homes will also be able to receive visits, but with limitations. Only two people are allowed for each user.

31 million people have already been vaccinated across the country but the prime minister calls for caution.

“We cannot be complacent,” said Boris Johnson at a press conference. “We still don’t know how strong the vaccine shield will be when cases start to increase – I’m afraid it will happen – which is why we say: please take the vaccine or the second dose when your turn comes”, appealed the first- British minister.

In Greece, small and medium-sized non-essential services companies reopened in some regions this Monday. But also with limitations: Only one person is allowed per 25 square meters and, in services such as hairdressers, appointment is mandatory. Shopping centers remain closed.

This phased reopening takes place after two months of closed doors, in what was the country’s third confinement.

In Portugal, secondary school students returned to classes and terraces were once again allowed throughout the territory, but, like many countries in Europe, with caution. A maximum of four people can be seated on each coffee table or restaurant. This Monday it was also possible to surf or do other individual sports at sea. On the ground, gymnasiums and museums now have their doors open.


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