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Al Jazeera 19 May 2020

England's schools to reopen as coronavirus curbs ease


Schools in England in the United Kingdom are set to reopen on June 1.
The move is part of a phased lifting of a lockdown imposed nearly two months ago against the coronavirus.
Even though the schools will only be open to students from certain years, some parents feel the move is happening too quickly.

Al Jazeera's Rory Challands reports from London, UK.

Spain and Greece are looking to reopen for tourism this summer but across Europe, the entire sector is preparing for a tough season.
While some restrictions are being eased, it is expected to take until 2021 for the number of foreign visitors to rebound.
The French government has yet to decide when borders, hotels, restaurants and cafes will fully reopen. Last week the Prime Minister announced a tourism rescue plan worth more than $19bn.

Al Jazeera's Natacha Butler reports from Paris.
Texas Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson discusses her state beginning to reopen as it hits its single-day high for coronavirus deaths.

Berlin's zoo and animal park opened its gates, Tuesday, April 28, in safe distance mode as coronavirus restrictions begin to ease in Germany.
NBC News' Sarah Dallof takes an in-depth look at the rising anxiety among the employees of businesses aiming to reopen as states lift coronavirus restrictions.

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