German authorities have devised a strategy to loosen national locking measures in the country when the current closure order expires on April 19. The plan will allow a gradual return to daily life in Europe’s largest economy.
The action plan was prepared by the Ministry of the Interior and obtained by Reuters. Infected people and people they contact will still be asked to quarantine, but shops will be allowed to reopen, along with schools in certain areas of the country. Also required to wear protective masks on buses, trains and public buildings. These steps will relax border controls but continue to ban large-scale public gatherings.
Germany has been locked since March 22 and reports several violations. The government on March 16 closed its borders with France, Switzerland and Austria.
On Monday at 1:35 pm ET, there were 100,770 cases of coronavirus in Germany, with the country’s death rate at 1,612.
Austria announced Monday that the country will make plans to start lifting coronavirus locking next week, reopening stores less than 400 square meters on April 14. Schools will still be closed until mid-May, while public events will be banned until June.
Like Germany, Austria imposed a national lockdown on March 16. Austria has around 12,300 cases of corona virus and 220 deaths.
There are other positive signs in Europe by fighting the corona virus. The Spanish government reported 637 deaths on Monday, down from 674 deaths on Sunday. Italy also reported the lowest death toll in two weeks on Sunday, with the state imposed lockdown almost a month ago.
The corona virus is likely to push Europe into recession, because unnecessary business is shut down in many countries.
There are more than 1.3 million confirmed cases of coronavirus worldwide, with fatalities approaching 73,000.
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