Experts believe the UK is still several weeks from loosening controls but say the country is in dire need of knowing there is a plan.
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Here we look at how nations across the continent are coming out of lockdown . . .
FIRST country to give a specific plan to leave lockdown. Small shops could open by April 14 and larger ones on May 1.
Hotels and diners could open in mid-May.
Public lockdown will stay until at least the end of April.
COULD end its lockdown as early as today after the country’s transmission rate fell to 0.7.
It has had a high rate of testing which has enabled authorities to identify and isolate those suffering mild symptoms.
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IN lockdown since March 14, the rate of new infections has hit record lows.
Some restrictions for non-essential workers may end after Easter.
Bars and restaurants to stay closed beyond current deadline of April 26.
NO date has been given to begin ending lockdown.
Once infection is controllable, schools may start to reopen regionally and shops and restaurants could open. Masks would be compulsory in a public building, train or bus.
LOCKDOWN on Sunday extended for three weeks.
Small shops and businesses can reopen Tuesday. Bigger ones later.
Factories making industrial machinery will resume. Schools will not reopen until September.
PM Mette Frederiksen wants a “gradual, controlled and quiet” reopening of Denmark after Easter.
It went into lockdown on March 11. Talk of a staggered return but people squashed together would not be allowed.
NO plans to lift the lockdown at this point.
On March 27, the initial 15-day stay-at-home order was extended to April 15, with the Prime Minister saying last week that a second extension was likely to follow.
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