The ‘Lennon Wall’ with a face mask attached in Prague. The Czech government said Monday it would ease its tough anti-virus measures ahead of Easter. Photo: AP The ‘Lennon Wall’ with a face mask attached in Prague. The Czech government said Monday it would ease its tough anti-virus measures ahead of Easter. Photo: AP
The ‘Lennon Wall’ with a face mask attached in Prague. The Czech government said Monday it would ease its tough anti-virus measures ahead of Easter. Photo: AP

As rest of Europe battles coronavirus, these three countries plan to ease tough restrictions

  • Austria, Denmark and the Czech Republic eye lockdown reprieve around Easter period after taking early action on virus
  • Austria’s chancellor calls his country’s move ‘an ambitious plan that will lead to a new normalcy’

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The ‘Lennon Wall’ with a face mask attached in Prague. The Czech government said Monday it would ease its tough anti-virus measures ahead of Easter. Photo: AP The ‘Lennon Wall’ with a face mask attached in Prague. The Czech government said Monday it would ease its tough anti-virus measures ahead of Easter. Photo: AP
The ‘Lennon Wall’ with a face mask attached in Prague. The Czech government said Monday it would ease its tough anti-virus measures ahead of Easter. Photo: AP
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