Cautious Reopenings Across Europe (32 photos)

Over the past few weeks, governments across Europe have been slowly easing coronavirus lockdown restrictions, some moving in phases, others more quickly. Non-essential businesses, churches, museums, and more public places are being allowed to host visitors once again—with new rules in place to enforce smaller crowd sizes and proper social distancing. Collected below, images from across Europe over the past two weeks, as different countries emerge from months of pandemic lockdown.


A woman and child buy a treat from a “Mr. Whippy” ice cream van as sea mist blows across the beach in Southport, England, on June 15, 2020. The British government has relaxed coronavirus lockdown laws significantly starting on June 15, allowing zoos, safari parks and non-essential shops to open to visitors. Places of worship will allow individual prayers and protective face masks become mandatory on London Transport.

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