Austria plans to open shops from April 14

Austria plans to open shops from April 14

Austria plans to reopen smaller shops from next week in its first step to loosen a lockdown that has slowed the spread of the coronavirus, Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said on Monday.

‘If all goes well, it will reopen non-essential shops of less than 400 square metres and DIY shops on April 14, followed by all shops and malls on May 1’, he said.

Kurz urged the citizens of Austria to follow the recommendations introduced by the government.

Austria has 12,058 confirmed cases, with 204 deaths and 2,998 people who have recovered from the virus.

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