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IN AUSTRIA 06. 04. 2020.   >>  17:15 0

IN AUSTRIA

Shops to be opened after Easter

Austria today became the first country to set out detailed plans for ending the standstill, with smaller shops re-opening on April 14 and larger ones on May 1, the chancellor Sebastian Kurz said.

Kurz said the aim was to let smaller shops re-open as soon as April 14, with larger ones and shopping malls opening on May 1 if all goes well.

“The aim is that from April 14 smaller shops up to a size of 400 square metres, as well as hardware and garden stores can open again, under strict security conditions of course,” Kurz said at a press conference.

Customers will be required to wear masks when shops re-open, extending a requirement which already applies to supermarkets. Masks will also be compulsory on public transport.

Schools will remain closed until mid-May and public events will remain banned until the end of June, Kurz said. Hotels and restaurants could start to re-open in mid-May, with a decision later this month.

Austria's health ministry says the rate of new infections has fallen significantly, and Kurz wants to “gradually and cautiously return to normality after Easter” as long as “we all remain disciplined during Easter week”.

If the numbers get worse again, the government “always has the possibility to hit the emergency brake” and re-introduce restrictions, he said.

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