The epidemic situation of new pneumonia in Europe has continued to ease. Many countries have gradually relaxed the closure measures, and various industries have resumed operations. In Switzerland, non-essential service stores other than pharmacies and grocery stores can finally resume operations after a few weeks of suspension, attracting a large number of people to go shopping. Italy has also gradually lifted the closure of the city, and Chery Automobile Group also reopened one of the largest local car factories. Many small shops in Croatia and Serbia have also reopened.
In France, there were 437 new deaths, with a total of 23,293 cases, making it the fourth country in the world to have more than 23,000 deaths. As for confirmed cases, 3764 cases were added, and a total of 128,339 people were diagnosed. Prime Minister Philippe announced on Tuesday that it will gradually relax the closure of the city from May 11. It is expected that the school will gradually resume classes, but cafes, restaurants and movie theaters are still closed, and large-scale gatherings will also be banned.
In Switzerland, Croatia and Serbia, many small shops have reopened.
In Switzerland, non-essential service stores other than pharmacies and grocery stores have resumed operations after a few weeks of shutdown, attracting a large number of people to go shopping. The authorities require the store to provide enough space to separate guests, and regularly clean the facilities in the store. As for industries where employees such as barber shops have close contact with customers, the authorities recommend that employees wear masks and wash their hands before serving guests.
Italy, which has a total of nearly 200,000 people infected with new coronary pneumonia and more than 26,000 people, has also gradually lifted the closure of the city. From May 4, people can go out for sports and visit relatives and friends, but keep social distance Masks.
There were only 1,739 new cases in Italy, the smallest number of new cases since March 10, and the cumulative number of confirmed cases reached more than 19,9400.
In Spain, people can go out for sports and walks from May 2nd. The number of deaths in Spain increased by 331, with a total of more than 23,500 people dead, and more than 210,000 confirmed cases.
There were 360 new deaths in the UK, including 82 medical staff, the lowest number of new deaths in four weeks. The cumulative death toll exceeded 21,000. Johnson, who resumed work on the first day after recovery, believed that the closure of the city should not be relaxed too early, otherwise it would trigger a second wave of outbreaks.
Health Minister Xia Guoxian said that the government will pay 60,000 pounds to each family member who died in frontline medical care.