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Lockdown,
Published 04.06.2020 11:00
Parts of London to be closed to cars and congestion charge to rise, as the lockdown loosens up.
Repurposing the city for people, London aims to emerge differently from the pandemic, supporting a low-carbon and sustainable recovery. Works have already started. The Mayor Sadiq Khan said the plans to transform parts of central London would create “one of the largest car-free areas in any capital city in the…
Lockdown,
Published 11.05.2020 19:45
Spain implemented a 4-step plan for easing lockdown on May 11, after almost two months of one of Europe’s strictest restrictions.
Each phase will last at least two weeks and will be granted by regions. In Phase 1, museums, gyms and hotels will reopen but their common areas will remain closed and restaurants and terraces will reopen at a third of their capacity. In Phase 2, malls, cinemas and theatres will…

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