The epidemic in Europe is progressing at different speeds. In mid-March, some countries are expected to exit the tunnel, such as the United Kingdom and Portugal that begin their deconfinement, while others resolve to rejoin more strongly – this is the case of Poland. In France, officials are considering measures to be taken, while indicators of the spread of Kovid-19 are not good. However, there has been a lot of curfew in France for several months already. Other countries that have decided on a similar measurement later put the hourly limit: in Italy, Spain and Romania, it does not start until 10 o’clock. Only Greece has decided a 6 o’clock curfew, but only in some areas. The rest of the country should be home by 9 pm, as in Slovenia. According to the All Europe site, as of 15 March, fourteen countries had implemented curfews at different times.
The French government is discussing the regulation of weekends in new territories, which have been established in the Pas-de-Calais, Dunkirk agglomeration and Alpes-Maritimes. This remedy seems unique in Europe. However, with the view of many religious celebrations, some countries have decided to tighten up at the end of the week. This is the case of Italy, which is strengthening measures nationally for the Easter weekend, 3 and 4 April. The so-called “periphery” of regions or cities has been reduced over the weekend to Spain, especially in Valencia, which should have been celebrated Failures, These carnival celebrations from 15 to 19 March. In Portugal, non-food businesses should be closed on weekends and public holidays at 1pm, compared to 9pm on weekdays.
In Europe, many countries have decided to regionalize their anti-Kovid measures. This is the case of Italy, Spain and even Germany, who adapt the restrictions according to the local situation. For example, Romania has reduced the total problem of the city of Timisoara because of a much higher contamination rate than elsewhere.
One of the measures that France has not resolved to take is the concern of the extent of internal displacement most widely on the old continent. Entering and leaving most Spanish and Italian territories is prohibited, unless it is possible to implement a professional or compelling cause. Germany has strongly advised against internal tourism trips and in areas affected by the epidemic, it is not possible to walk more than 15 kilometers from her home.
Many European school children continue to study at home. Poland, which is due to enter new imprisonment on 20 March, has decided to close all classes, including the primary people, who had benefited from an exception. In the Netherlands, schools are also closed. In the United Kingdom, they reopened on 8 March, having been closed since mid-December. Other countries have instead decided to keep them open, as has happened in Spain or Croatia, which have closed their schools for only ten weeks since the epidemic began a year ago.