Tourist hotspots around the world are already full of visitors once again after the lifting of dams in different countries.
Italy, Spain and Florida are just a few of the popular vacation destinations that have started to reduce their closure restrictions.
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However, as beaches and parks reopen and locals reappear, this has led to swarms of people visiting the open spaces.
In Italy, which had one of the tightest locks after reaching some of the highest cases in Europe, it now allows families to leave their homes after six weeks with people who can get to job.
Yesterday's images reveal busy train platforms and busy city squares.
Traders in Venice also rallied at a flashmob protest to allow stores to reopen earlier than planned by the Italian government.
Spanish locals can also go out after being forced to stay inside or near their home.
Although swimming in the sea is prohibited, the beaches have reopened and have seen a large number of people going there in good weather.
Locals in Malaga were seen doing yoga and biking while Barcelona drew large crowds along the promenade during exercise.
Even the United States has started to reduce its blocking restrictions, despite the growing number of coronaviruses.
Clearwater Beach, Florida, which was allowed to reopen yesterday, again visited hundreds of people, with similar scenes in Washington.
Australia, one of the few countries to have seen near-stopped coronavirus cases, has allowed visitors to return to their beaches.
However, scientists are concerned that easing blockages could lead to a second, and more deadly, spike in cases.
Looking at Italy, Imperial College London (ICL) has modeled how the virus would spread as the country begins to reopen with academics warning of a "resurgence of the disease". epidemic with more deaths than the current wave. "
Germany has already seen its coronavirus transmission rate increase after relaxing some of its strict blocking measures last week.
The country faces the possibility of reverting to a tighter blockade if business continues to escalate.
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Foreign Minister Raab said at press conference 10 that they are watching Germany closely and that what will happen will affect decisions to close the UK.
He said: "We must be sure that any adjustment to the current measures will not see a second spike that could overwhelm the NHS. This would lead to many more Covid-19 deaths."
"It would lead to a second stop."
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