In European countries that carry out successful vaccination studies, the measures taken to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus are being alleviated one by one. However, the Indian mutation of the virus continues to spread, which also worries officials.
Many European countries are gradually easing the measures taken against the coronavirus epidemic.
In France, closed sections of restaurants and cafes have also started to serve. Taking advantage of the beautiful weather, the French flocked to cafes and restaurants as the measures decreased.
While the number of people allowed in shops and cinemas was increased, gyms and swimming pools were reopened with certain conditions. The curfew in the country was also shifted from 21 to 23 at night.
It is aimed to completely remove the curfew and other restrictions on 30 June.
Belgium has similar images to France. With the government’s “summer plan” in place, restaurants started to accept customers inside, while indoor events such as cinemas and theaters were allowed with a limited number of people.
Authorities warned that the Delta variant of the virus, which first appeared in India, has spread in the country. He urged the public to be vaccinated.
In the UK, however, the Delta variant continues to spread rapidly.
In the country where cases are on the rise again, the government is considering postponing the gradual opening plan.
The Ministry of Health has recommended new restrictions be imposed in some regions to prevent the spread of the variant.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson also said it was too early to say if the restrictions could end on June 21.
In Munich, Germany, the public’s obligation to wear masks was removed due to falling cases.