Europe's lockdown eases: what changes on 11 May?

Austria

Belgium

Shops and hairdressers already open. Restaurants allowed to open under certain conditions from 11 May

Shops that sell certain fabrics already open. Other shops can open from 11 May, with strict hygiene rules in place

Czech Republic

France

Small shops already open. From 11 May shopping centres and larger shops can open, along with outdoor restaurants, pubs, hairdressers and museums. Cultural and sporting events with up to 100 people can go ahead

‘Progressive’ lockdown exit starts on 11 May with country divided into red and green zones depending on infection levels. Nurseries and primary schools and most businesses can open on 11 May, but not cafes and restaurants

No new measures expected in the

UK and Ireland

on 11 May

Circles represent

number of deaths

in each country

31,855

UK

Ireland

7,549

8,581

Belgium

Germany

26,271

France

30,395

26,478

Italy

Spain

Greece

Germany

Smaller shops and businesses already open. All retail stores allowed to reopen from 11 May, when senior high school classes resume

Shops, playgrounds, museums, and churches already open, as are schools for older children. Bundesliga matches resume on 15 May. Hotels and restaurants can reopen in principle from 9 May, but decision left to states

Italy

Netherlands

Parks, factories and building sites already open, as are bars and restaurants for takeaway service. No new measures expected until 18 May

Nurseries, primary schools and hairdressers to reopen on 11 May, plus cinemas, restaurants and cafes under certain conditions. Non-contact outdoor sports permitted

Portugal

Spain

Small shops, hairdressers and car dealerships already open. No new measures expected until 18 May

Restaurant takeaway services, hairdressers and some other businesses already open. From 11 May, in less affected regions only, bar terraces can reopen at a third of capacity, hotels and tourist accommodation can reopen, with the exception of communal areas, healthy people can socialise in small groups, and families can attend funerals

Switzerland

Food shops, garden centres, and hairdressers already open. Schools and shops selling items other than food can open from 11 May

Europe's lockdown eases: what changes on 11 May?

Austria

Belgium

Czech Republic

France

Shops and hairdressers already open. Restaurants allowed to open under certain conditions from 11 May

Shops that sell certain fabrics already open. Other shops can open from 11 May, with strict hygiene rules in place

Small shops already open. From 11 May shopping centres and larger shops can open, along with outdoor restaurants, pubs, hairdressers and museums. Cultural and sporting events with up to 100 people can go ahead

‘Progressive’ lockdown exit starts on 11 May with country divided into red and green zones depending on infection levels. Nurseries and primary schools and most businesses can open on 11 May, but not cafes and restaurants

Circles represent

number of deaths

in each country

3,220

Sweden

Netherlands

31,855

UK

Ireland

5,422

7,549

8,581

Belgium

No new measures expected in the UK and Ireland

on 11 May

Czech Rep

Germany

Austria

26,271

France

30,395

Portugal

26,478

Italy

Switzerland

Spain

Greece

Germany

Greece

Italy

Netherlands

Shops, playgrounds, museums, and churches already open, as are schools for older children. Bundesliga matches resume on 15 May. Hotels and restaurants can reopen in principle from 9 May, but decision left to states

Smaller shops and businesses already open. All retail stores allowed to reopen from 11 May, when senior high school classes resume

Parks, factories and building sites already open, as are bars and restaurants for takeaway service. No new measures expected until 18 May

Nurseries, primary schools and hairdressers to reopen on 11 May, plus cinemas, restaurants and cafes under certain conditions. Non-contact outdoor sports permitted

Portugal

Spain

Switzerland

Small shops, hairdressers and car dealerships already open. No new measures expected until 18 May

Restaurant takeaway services, hairdressers and some other businesses already open. From 11 May, in less affected regions only, bar terraces can reopen at a third of capacity, hotels and

tourist accommodation can reopen, with the exception of communal areas, healthy people can socialise in small groups, and families can attend funerals

Food shops, garden centres, and hairdressers already open. Schools and shops selling items other than food can open from 11 May