the Inhabitants of Spain's capital, Madrid, and the country's second largest city, Barcelona, will get on Monday allowed to go in parks, churches, museums and outdoor bars when there are relaxed on the strict closure of the country.
the Inhabitants of the two cities have in two weeks been allowed to go out to jog or ride a few hours in the morning and again in the evening.
In other parts of the country open the beaches again, when the country goes into the next phase of a four-stage reopening.
It applies to the provinces, where coronasmitten is so much under control that it is considered justifiable to let people swim and sunbathe again, among other resorts such as Majorca and The Canary Islands.
Spain on Sunday for the eighth day in a row, have reported fewer than 100 died per day. Registered 70 deaths among persons infected with the coronavirus.
In the united kingdom, the authorities have registered 118 coronarelaterede deaths in the past day.
This is a total 36.793 people died with coronasmitte in the Uk, informs the prime minister, Boris Johnson, at a news conference.
He also says that the Uk is now ready to move on to the second phase of the plan for the reopening.
This means that the smallest children can return to schools the 1. June.
He adds that the government chooses a 'cautious' approach by letting the children return to school gradually. And it will not be available in all schools are ready to reopen.
- We are making progress, but the progress is conditional and temporary, he says, according to the tv station BBC.
the Teachers ' unions have previously said that it will not be justifiable to ask the teachers to return to work unless their security can be guaranteed. It writes the BBC.
In Italy are reporting the authorities about the 50 dead in the past day. But the figure is actually higher, because there is not counting the deaths from the Lombardy region of northern Italy.
Lombardy is the country's hardest-hit region.
Saturday, Italy had 119 coronarelaterede death, and the day before, there were 130.
In France the churches for the first time in over two months open for church services.
the Government has bowed to a any court warrant, which says that churches must re-open - if, therefore, there can be distance and ensure good hygiene.
From the mosques, however, have sounded calls to the muslims to stay at home, even though the muslims are celebrating the feast of eid al-fitr for three days now. The mosques are expected to resume services from 3. June.
France has in the past day confirmed just 115 new cases of coronasmitte.
the death toll from France comes first on Monday, writes the newspaper Le Monde.