Some countries in Europe have decided to relax the lockdown which was put in place to fight the spread of the novel Coronavirus.
The New York Times reported that amidst the falling death rate in Spain, the country has decided to allow some nonessential employees resume work today.
Italy has also decided to permit bookstores and children Clothing shops reopen for business activities. Forestry-related workers are to resume work also.
Italy has the second highest death rate in the world with over 19,000 deaths after the US with overwhelming number of deaths totalling 22,115 as at the time of filling this report. Spain ranks number 3 with over 17,000 deaths.
Czech Republic, Denmark, Austria and Norway are not left out from the plans to relax the lockdown as reopening of smaller shops and some schools are being considered.
In a different development Britain with over 10,000 death cases still has the tight restriction in place.
The Prime Minister of Britain, Boris Johnson who was earlier infected was on Sunday discharged from hospital after he recovered.
The deadly Coronavirus has hit 210 countries and territories in the world including 2 international conveyances with more than 1.8 million cases reported with over 114,000 deaths recorded; since the outbreak in the Wuham city of China in December 2019.