The World is Trying to Soften Restrictions on Coronavirus: How Quarantine Removal Works in Different Parts of the World

The World is Trying to Soften Restrictions on Coronavirus: How Quarantine Removal Works in Different Parts of the World

In many parts of the world, the process of easing restrictions on coronavirus continues, despite the fact that the number of people infected with the virus in the world has exceeded 4,200,000, killing more than 289,000 people.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published a report that more than 5,000 officially registered people died from coronavirus from March to May in New York. According to official figures, the death toll in this largest city in the United States is 13,831. Another five thousand people died from other diseases.

In Spain, 51 percent of the population was allowed to go through the next four-step restriction, but some regions, such as Madrid and the Catalonia region, remained in the “zero stage” because they did not meet certain conditions.

Those who pass the first stage can open cafes and restaurants, libraries and museums. All members of the same family can be in the same car, as well as in public transport can sit next to each other.

If the situation continues to improve within two weeks, the second phase will take place.

But in Russia, restrictions are being eased without slowing down. On Tuesday, there was a record number of new cases – 11,656. This means that to date, 221,344 people have been infected with coronavirus in Russia. However, President Putin’s decree eased restrictions on Tuesday.

People working in the food industry, construction, shipping, research, return to work in the UK.

However, despite the announcement by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Scotland and Wales, members of the United Kingdom, decided to continue the restriction phase.

The Italian government has left it up to the local authorities to decide whether to relax the restrictions. And the northern province of Alto Adige became the first district in the country to open restaurants, bars and libraries.

In France, carriage is permitted. According to the Minister of Transport, it is encouraging that all citizens wear masks.

Brazil, which killed more than 11,000 people, decided to tighten restrictions.

No new coronavirus infection was detected on Tuesday in New South Wales, which was the most affected by the coronavirus in Australia.

However, in South Korea, the pace of distribution slowed as restrictions were lifted. The main distributor of the infection was a 29-year-old man who, with the virus, visited five bars and a club for several hours.

Returning to the United States, Anthony Foch, head of the Center for the Prevention of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, warned senators that “the consequences of early abandonment of restrictions can be serious.”

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