Western Australia has today announced that they will be relaxing coronavirus lockdown rules by changing certain rules that were put in place.
“Western Australians have done such a great job so far, although these changes are small, I hope it will be of benefit to many Western Australians – they deserve it.”
The state has confirmed a total of 549 coronavirus cases, but only 55 remain alive.
There are currently 16 people in Perth hospitals, including four in intensive care.
Also on Monday, several elective surgeries resumed across the nation.
Prime Minister Jacinda Arden says there are no undetected transmissions anymore and that the country has “won the battle”.
The deaths of 19 people have been linked to the virus.
Also restrictions on movement in Spain have been eased to allow children outside for the first time in six weeks.
Spain has had one of Europe’s strictest lockdowns but the governments hopes to ease measures further to let everyone exercise outside.
Italy holds one of the highest numbers of deaths linked to Covid-19 in Europe, it reaches nearly 27,000 deaths.
However with the death rate slowly decreasing, the country has now laid out plans on how it will come out of lockdown.
From May 3, people will be allowed to visit their relatives, only in small numbers, and only wearing masks.
People will also be allowed to move around their local area with parks reopening.
Funerals will also be allowed to be held again with a maximum of 15 people.
Services like hairdressers and beauty salons are not due to be open until 1 June.
Published at Mon, 27 Apr 2020 04:35:00 +0000