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England Released on Monday, April 5, 2021, the new rules for travel support the gradual reversal of the rest of Europe Portugal Or Greece Choose cuts, but controls are growing anywhere else in the world in the face of infection.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is planning to launch a traffic light system promoted by improving the situation in the United Kingdom. Open the borders Guiding restrictions for Britons interested in going on vacation abroad this summer.
This system classifies countries Depending on the level of their vaccine, their pollution rate or the presence of variants of concern. Unlike orange and red countries, green spaces are exempt from isolation – a check is required before departure and after arrival.
However, Downing Street said it was not too early to establish a list of countries.
To keep control over the virus, the government will also release a controversial plan Health passport For mass gatherings such as football matches and indoor events in the UK.
Museums and terraces reopen in Portugal
On this Easter Monday Portugal Carefully loosen the screw: Museums, colleges and cafe terraces have reopened, More than two months after they were closed, the second phase of a gradual restructuring program.
However, collections on the terraces will be limited to four people per table, while group lessons in gymnasiums will be restricted and museums will have to reschedule their opening hours.
Portuguese middle school students return to school after elementary schools reopen on March 15.
Go to Greek stores
In Greece, most stores were allowed to reopen, except for department stores and shopping malls.
However, people who want to visit stores must make an appointment and the number of people who can be in one store at a time is limited, up to 20 people.
“Our booking is packed until Saturday. It’s going to be a good month,” Philippos Hardis, owner of a sports store in Athens, told Sky TV.
However, the move does not apply to the two largest cities in the country after Athens, Thessaloniki and Badras, where the epidemic is particularly severe.
New restrictions in India
Elsewhere in the world this Monday brought the role of new measures to control the spread of the virus, which has killed at least 2.85 million people on the planet since its inception.
In India, in the state of Maharashtra where Bombay is located, nearly 60,000 new cases have been registered in 24 hours.
Local authorities decided on Sunday about the new restrictions: Advanced curfew will be imposed from 8pm to 7pm, closing prisons on weekends, bars and restaurants, cinemas, swimming pools, places of worship and public places. In any meeting.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is trying to avoid returning to the national prison above all else, after March 2020, the consequences of which were catastrophic for the poor.
The highest pollution in Iran
Neighboring Bangladesh began a seven-day lockout on Monday against the outbreak of the virus, suspending all domestic travel and closing shops.
Thousands of people fled the capital Dhaka on Sunday, or bought food before being locked up.
Iran announced the highest number of pollutants since Monday, December 4, with 13,890 cases detected in 24 hours, and its capital, Tehran, has been placed on maximum health alert.
Chile closes the borders for its part from Monday to April.
In Ukraine, new regulations have come into force, with Kiev City Hall announcing a near-cessation of public transport, while schools for juniors, including kindergarten, are closed.
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