Shops and salons reopen as Italy Europe’s longest corona virus lockdown

To overcome the crisis due to the coronavirus pandemic Italy has opened its shops, hairdressers, and restaurants on Monday after 10 weeks of lockdown.    

As they have opened the stores for customer’s people can come back to the shops and at the same time be in the safe distance from others, public masses were allowed in churches as bishops demanded to allow religious services.

People are now allowed to travel unlimited to different regions, friends are meeting back up restaurants are allowed to serve to the customers until the tables are two-meter or six and a half feet apart.

Hairdressers are starting to get calls from their clients for appointments as everyone is trying to make themselves look nice.



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