The government has imposed the second step of the lockout in the country until May 3 to avoid the spread of coronavirus. As per the government guidelines, some services have been exempted from April 20 with strict conditions.
Meanwhile, there are five countries in the world where the lockdown has been lifted. Let us know about these countries, and what the regulations are here.
The Czech Republic:
Here some shops were allowed to open before Easter on 8 April. Which included bicycle repairing, hardware stores, and home furnishings shops. People will go out for walks and cycling nowhere. Shoes and bookstores opened during Easter.
Here is some relief from April 13 in lockdown. In some of the hotspot areas, factories have opened, and development has started. On the first day of the lockdown, police and red cross personnel were seen at the railway station distributing masks. Offices are closed here. Here the Prime Minister has stated that the lockout will be increased by May 9.
The lockdown will continue till May 4 but books and children’s clothing shops have been opened as trials from April 14. Local councils also refused to consider it in several cases and forced the shops to be further closed. It has areas mostly in northern Italy.
Here is some relief from April 13 in lockdown. In some of the hotspot areas, factories have opened, and development has started. The police and Raidenmark at the railway station on the first day after the lockdown ended – from April 15, primary schools and daycare have been allowed to open.
Children up to Class Five may go to school. After a long lockout, Denmark has been the first nation in Europe to open school. Here teachers have been given clear guidelines regarding social distance, cleanliness and virus protection.