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COVID in Europe – How countries plot a path back to normal life

As the coronavirus epidemic continues to claim thousands of lives, how are different countries around Europe plotting a route back to normality? Our journalists and contributors give their latest insights.

‘Is it too soon? How will social distancing be kept up?’ Emma Firth, Copenhagen, Denmark

‘We’re not asking when lockdown will end, just what the next stage will be,’ Clare Speak, Bari, southern Italy

‘The next stage may well be the biggest challenge yet’, Emma Löfgren, Stockholm

‘Just hearing discussions about the end of lockdown helps us imagine a life beyond this,’ Emma Pearson, Paris

‘We are happy to go back to normal, but many feel uneasy’, Stine G. Bergo, OIslo, Norway

‘Partying will be off the cards for some time yet,’ Rachel Loxton, Berlin, Germany

‘Life in Spain won’t be the same for a long time’, Graham Keeley, Barcelona

‘If people venture outside infections will soar again, we are warned’ Helena Bachmann, Lake Geneva, Switzerland

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story @ Coronavirus across Europe: An inside view as countries plot a path back to normal life – The Local

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