Coronavirus: How lockdown is being lifted across Europe

Coronavirus: How lockdown is being lifted across Europe, by the BBC.

Across Europe, people are already seeing an easing of lockdown measures, as businesses reopen and children start going back to school. …

The article has a long list of how Europeans are emerging from life under lockdown. Here are some highlights:

The three Baltic states — Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia — have become the first countries in Europe to allow free movement again, but only with each other.

From 15 May, citizens and residents can move freely across the three countries, if they haven’t travelled outside the Baltic states in the past two weeks, are not infected, and have not been in contact with somebody who has tested positive. …

Austria was one of the first countries to ease its lockdown. The health minister says the reopening of small shops in the middle of April hasn’t caused a spike in cases, with new infections increasing by just 0.2%