WORLD Daily coronavirus deaths down to 99 in Italy as most activities reopen

WORLD

Daily coronavirus deaths down to 99 in Italy as most activities reopen

Xinhua

11:20, May 19, 2020

People wait in line to take a body temperature measurement before entering a shop in Rome, Italy, May 18, 2020. On Monday, the third and largest easing of the ten-week-old lockdown went into effect. Shops, restaurants, bars, barbershops, beauty salons, museums, and beachfront operators are all allowed to reopen, provided they respect rules for social distancing amid staff and members of the public and disinfecting facilities. Italians are also allowed to move within the region they live in. (Photos: Xinhua)

People are seen on the Spanish Steps in Rome, Italy, May 18, 2020. On Monday, the third and largest easing of the ten-week-old lockdown went into effect. Shops, restaurants, bars, barbershops, beauty salons, museums, and beachfront operators are all allowed to reopen, provided they respect rules for social distancing amid staff and members of the public and disinfecting facilities. Italians are also allowed to move within the region they live in.

People wearing face masks walk on Condotti Street in Rome, Italy, May 18, 2020. On Monday, the third and largest easing of the ten-week-old lockdown went into effect. Shops, restaurants, bars, barbershops, beauty salons, museums, and beachfront operators are all allowed to reopen, provided they respect rules for social distancing amid staff and members of the public and disinfecting facilities. Italians are also allowed to move within the region they live in.

Face masks are displayed in a supermarket in Rome, Italy, May 18, 2020. On Monday, the third and largest easing of the ten-week-old lockdown went into effect. Shops, restaurants, bars, barbershops, beauty salons, museums, and beachfront operators are all allowed to reopen, provided they respect rules for social distancing amid staff and members of the public and disinfecting facilities. Italians are also allowed to move within the region they live in.

People wait in line to take a body temperature measurement before entering a mall in Rome, Italy, May 18, 2020. On Monday, the third and largest easing of the ten-week-old lockdown went into effect. Shops, restaurants, bars, barbershops, beauty salons, museums, and beachfront operators are all allowed to reopen, provided they respect rules for social distancing amid staff and members of the public and disinfecting facilities. Italians are also allowed to move within the region they live in.

Photo taken on May 18, 2020 shows a reopened photography supplies store in Bologna, Italy. On Monday, the third and largest easing of the ten-week-old lockdown went into effect. Shops, restaurants, bars, barbershops, beauty salons, museums, and beachfront operators are all allowed to reopen, provided they respect rules for social distancing amid staff and members of the public and disinfecting facilities. Italians are also allowed to move within the region they live in.

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