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AUSTRIA CZECH REPUBLIC FINLAND FRANCE ICELAND GERMANY ITALY GERMANY ?Shops (of up to 800 square metres) allowed to open next week, as well as car and bicycle dealers, and bookstores. ?Schools (with priority for final-year students) to reopen gradually from May 4, as well as hairdressing salons.

NORWAY SWEDEN l ?Large public gatherings, including religious services, remain banned until end of August.

SWITZERLAND AUSTRIA ?Bars, cafes, restaurants, cinemas and music venues to remain closed.

CZECH REPUBLIC SPAIN AUSTRIA FINLAND ?Strict social distancing and hygiene rules extended to May 3 and government 'strongly recommends' that people wear face masks on public transport and when shopping.

DENMARK CZECH REPUBLIC FRANCE FRANCE FRANCE l ?Lockdown extended until May 11.

ITALY GERMANY ?Schools and nurseries to reopen then to get parents back to work.

NORWAY ITALY ?Bars, restaurants and cinemas still closed. ?L?Large public gatherings banned until at least mid-July.

SWEDEN NORWAY SWITZERLAND SWEDEN SPAIN AUSTRIA SWITZERLAND SPAIN ?Some factory and construction employees back at work, but most shops and offices remain closed. ?L?Lockdown likely to be extended beyond current date of April 27.

DENMARK CZECH REPUBLIC SPAIN SWITZERLAND SWITZERLAND l ?Lockdown to be eased from April 27.

SPAIN ?Hairdressers, cosmetic salons and garden centres to reopen.

?Children to return to school from May 11. At the same time, shops and markets can reopen.

DENMARK ?Universities, museums, libraries and zoos to reopen from June 8. ?Details on relaxing ban on public gatherings of more than five people to be announced at the end of May.

CHINA ITALY NORWAY SWEDEN ITALY ?First to impose lockdown but it's set to end on May 4. ? Bookshops, laundries, stationers, children's clothes stores already reopened in some regions on trial basis; forestry workers and IT manufacturers back at work. ?In Lombardy - the nation's coronavirus crisis epicentre - shops remain shut.

SWITZERLAND SPAIN UNITED STATES USA ?Individual states have ordered restrictions, but on Friday President Trump seemed to encourage protests against lockdowns by tweeting 'LIBERATE MINNESOTA!' followed by 'LIBERATE MICHIGAN!' and 'LIBERATE VIRGINIA'. All three states have Democrat governors.

?The governor of Texas announced on Friday that the state would begin easing restrictions, including reopening state parks. Florida's governor told local officials they could open beaches.

AUSTRIA CZECH REPUBLIC AUSTRIA ?Garden centres, hardware/DIY stores and small shops allowed to reopen last week. …

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