European countries started easing lockdown restrictions to avert economic crisis
LONDON (92 News) –Despite increase in Coronavirus infections across the world, the European countries have eased lockdown.
Shops in England selling non-essential items open for first time in almost three months.
In France, travel to other EU countries is allowed, and cafes and restaurants are open.
Other European countries are also easing border restrictions.
Globally, nearly eight million confirmed cases have so far been reported since the outbreak began and the pandemic has claimed over 435,000 lives.