Because of the intensification of the epidemic, 13 European countries have closed their cities again after the “closed cities” in France and Germany.
October 30-December 1
On the evening of October 28, French President Macron announced that France will re-implement blockade measures from October 30 in response to the rapid rebound of the new crown pneumonia epidemic. The lockdown lasted for one month. After the news broke, a large number of citizens began to “escape” Paris, watching the video is like a disaster movie.
November 2-end of November
From November 2nd, Germany requires no more than 10 people to travel in public and the accompanying people can only be from two families. The government also requires people to avoid “non-urgent” private travel or visiting relatives and friends. Places requiring closure include restaurants, bars, clubs, etc. The catering industry can only provide take-out and take-out services. And entertainment and leisure venues including theaters, concert halls, cinemas, gyms, casinos, etc. will also be closed. During the “closed city” period, supermarkets and other businesses that sell daily necessities can continue to operate.
November 5-December 2
On the evening of October 31, local time, British Prime Minister Johnson announced that from November 5th, England will implement a second total blockade in England and will end on December 2. The new round of “closing the city” measures include: prohibiting people from going out unnecessarily, except for special reasons such as going to school, going to work, exercising, buying daily necessities and medicines; bars, restaurants, etc. suspend dine-in meals and can provide meal delivery services; people only Can meet people from different households outdoors, and only one person at a time; leaving the country is not encouraged, etc. Unlike the first “closed city” in March, this time the school will remain open.
November 2-December 13
Belgium will re-implement strict blockade measures from November 2nd, including: all shops will be closed except for basic service shops such as food stores, pharmacies, newspapers and periodicals, gas stations, nurseries, flower shops, laundry shops; All companies are mandatory to implement remote home office work. If they are unable to work from home, staff must wear masks in the office and maintain ventilation. Residents are not allowed to visit relatives and friends. In principle, only one contact outside the home is allowed Contact, people living alone can contact two contacts; maintain a curfew; although the border remains open, cross-border travel is not recommended.
November 3rd-end of November
During this period, a curfew will be implemented from 20 am to 6 am the next day. Residents are not allowed to leave their residence unless necessary; cultural and recreational facilities such as cinemas and theaters are closed; public events and gatherings other than funerals are prohibited; hotels are closed, and only allowed in the catering industry Provide takeaway services; professional sports events can be held without spectators, stadiums are closed, and only non-contact sports activities are allowed outdoors; further tightening of maintenance agency visit regulations.
Starting from November 4th, evaluation will be conducted every 15 days
Prime Minister Costa announced on October 31 that from November 4, the three cities in the northern part of the country have implemented blockade measures for about 10 days, expanding to 121 out of 308 cities across the country, involving approximately 7.1 million residents and covering 70% of the total population of Portugal.
One month from November 3
Starting at 6 o’clock on November 3, local time, people in all areas of Greece, whether indoors or outdoors, must wear masks; a curfew will be imposed from 0:00 midnight to 5 am the next morning; all public and private sector personnel will work remotely ; The university starts online learning; all gatherings are suspended.
08 Czech Republic
October 22-November 20
On October 21, the Czech government announced the second “blockade order”: from 6:00 a.m. on October 22 to the end of the emergency on November 3, in addition to several special circumstances such as work, medical treatment, and purchase of daily necessities, the Czech Republic People are not allowed to leave their homes at will; except for grocery stores, pharmacies, food stores or other stores that provide daily necessities, all other stores are closed. The ban applies to beauty and nail salons, barber shops or other places that provide similar services; in addition, new The regulations also require that the external office hours of government departments should not exceed two days a week and no more than 5 hours a day.
October 22nd-early December
On October 19, Irish Prime Minister Martin announced that the country will implement a 6-week “home order” from midnight on the 21st. All non-essential retail stores or units that provide personal services began to close that day, restaurants, cafes and bars only provide takeaway. Unless there are special reasons, the scope of public activities is restricted to within 5 kilometers from the residence.
This version of the ban is one of the strictest in Europe.
In addition, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland and other countries have successively announced “blockade” orders of varying degrees. When the epidemic situation has become clear, 13 European countries have closed their cities again.