Some countries in Europe were devastated byleaving the store reopened and giving people more freedom to get out. Italy reports the lowest daily mortality rate since Sunday since COVID-19 actually hit the country, and some signs of life are well known.
For two months, almost all Italians have been ordered to stay at home. On Monday, runners reappear in Venetian gardens, allowed to return to green spaces when life slowly begins to return to something close to normal.
The florist has returned to the iconic Campo de ‘Fiori flower market in Rome – and not too fast, according to one vendor who told CBS News correspondent Chris Livesay, “This has been difficult economically and personally. I am part of this piazza, and this is part of me. “
Cafes, including Antico Caffè Greco, the oldest in Rome, can once again serve coffee.
Asked by Livesay whether this was the first time in 260 years of business that they were forced to close the door for two months, one of the staff said that had happened only once before, during World War II, and he was “so happy to be reopened now.”
For now only coffee to go, and only in cardboard cups – not an Italian tradition, but a welcome step back to one.
Italy “is still in full pandemic upheaval,” President Giuseppe Conte has warned, stressing that “easing restrictions should not be seen as a signal that we are all free.”
Schools, churches and museums remain closed. Most stores will also be closed for at least two weeks. The hair salon, which has been closed all this time, is not scheduled to reopen until next month.
Elsewhere in Europe: Masks are mandatory in Spain, where the rules on outdoor training are also revoked.
In Germany, widely praised for containing the plague, the church has restarted services, and on Monday morning workers returned to the headquarters of Ford European cars.
However, things are not getting better. The plague has worsened in Russia, which recorded the worst day in new cases on Sunday, with more than 10,000 added to the count.
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