Europe Considers Re-Opening

On Tuesday, France unveiled plans to ease their COVID-19 restrictions after a six week lockdown.

Spain is following close suit with it’s expected announcement of releasing it’s plan to resume daily life.  French leaders will begin gradually easing restrictions on May 11 in order to prevent economic troubles.  Shops and markets will reopen while restaurants and cafes will continue being closed. Kids will be allowed to return to school but large scale events will remain banned.

France joins Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark and Germany in its plans for re-opening the economy.
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