Bars, shops and cultural spaces across France have reopened their doors as the country starts lifting restrictions aimed at preventing the spread of coronavirus


From Wednesday, groups of up to six people are allowed to eat together at outdoor restaurant terraces.

France’s nationwide curfew is also being pushed back from 19:00 to 21:00.

Austria has also allowed restaurants, cinemas and theatres to open for the first time in six months.

Customers with a Green Pass showing a negative test, vaccinations or recovery from an infection will now be able to take advantage of Austria’s new rules.

Austria’s government has also announced that travellers from certain countries with low rates of infections will no longer have to quarantine from Wednesday, although they will still need to provide proof of a negative test, vaccinations or a recent infection.

Source By: BBC