Bars, restaurants and shops  reopened on Monday 18th May as well as hairdressers and beauty salons, earlier than expected. 

Although takeaway coffee has been allowed since May 4, it was the first time that Italians could relish their daily dose of caffeine inside a bar or café since the coronavirus pandemic prompted the world’s first national lockdown in early March.

Italians enjoyed their first meal out for two months on Monday, as the country eased its lockdown restrictions, with bars, restaurants and cafes back in business and St Peter’s basilica in the Vatican open for visitors.

A handful of visitors, including nuns, queued up outside St Peter’s for the first time since 10 March. Police officers wearing face masks checked temperatures before allowing them to enter. Masses in churches across Rome also resumed. Worshippers sat apart on disinfected pews.

Other European countries followed suit on Monday. Spain indicated that it would allow tourists to return from the end of June and Poland allowed restaurants to reopen as part of its third phase of lockdown easing. Greece welcomed the first visitors back to the Acropolis.

Greeks are now allowed to travel freely and to visit the country’s two biggest islands, Crete and Evia. Shopping malls and zoos have reopened, together with sports facilities for those aged over 13. Wearing of masks is recommended but not compulsory, except on buses and trains.

In Spain, almost three-quarters of the country progressed to the second phase of lockdown de-escalation. Millions of people were able to meet up in groups of up to 10, and to have a drink or a meal on cafe or restaurant terraces. In Valencia masked waiters laid out tables overlooking the municipal beach.

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