Greece: From Monday, a limited number of international flights will be allowed to land in Athens. This will be widened from June 15, when visitors from 29 countries will be allowed to fly into the country’s two main airports in Athens and Thessaloniki. The list of countries will be extended again on July 1. Every arriving passenger must be tested for the virus and stay overnight at a designated hotel. Visitors who test negative must self-quarantine for 7 days, while those who test positive must spend 14 days under supervised quarantine. Restaurants and cafes across Greece resumed operations on May 25.

France: Cafes, bars, restaurants, beaches and lakes will reopen Tuesday. Gatherings must be limited to 10 people and the capacity of outdoor spaces will be limited to 5,000 people, under the condition that social distancing rules are enforced. Parks reopened Saturday.  

Italy: From June 3, travel restrictions to and from foreign countries will be lifted. People will be allowed to travel between regions.

Spain: From Monday, around 70% of the Spanish population will move to phase two of restriction easing, which allows meetings of up to 15 people from different households, some restaurant service indoors, and the opening of stores, cinemas and museums but with occupancy limits. Small islands in Spain’s Balearic and Canary Islands will advance to phase three, which eases even more restrictions. The Madrid region, which includes Spain’s capital and surrounding cities, will remain in phase one without any changes. 

Denmark: Tourists from Germany, Norway and Iceland will be able to enter Denmark starting June 15. Tourists must document that they have booked a stay of at least six overnights in Denmark.

England: From Monday, groups of up to six people can meet outdoors, including in gardens and other private outdoor spaces, provided strict social distancing guidelines are followed.  It’s possible to send children to school or nursery if they are in early years, reception, year 1 or year 6. Elite athletes can train and compete using the specified gyms, pools and sports facilities. Outdoor markets and car showrooms can reopen.

Wales: People from two different households will be able to meet each other outdoors.

Scotland: Household waste and recycling centers will reopen to the public from Monday. Teachers will be allowed to reenter schools on June 1 to begin preparations for schools reopening on August 11. Childcare services and outdoor nurseries will reopen from Wednesday with limits placed on the number of children that can be cared for.  

Source: CNN News


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