In England, parks and lawns were filled with relieved people on Monday when long-running movement bans were finally lifted.
The Englishmen, who had long stayed in their homes due to the corona pandemic, were allowed to meet each other outdoors again from Monday.
Admittedly only in groups of up to six people or two families together.
People on Primrose Hill in London. Image: MAGAZINE IMAGE / AFP, Hollie Adams
The “stay at home” order has expired, although the government is appealing to people to avoid traveling - for example, holiday travel is still not allowed.
In addition to meetings, people also enjoy the opening of outdoor sports facilities such as golf courses, tennis and basketball courts, and outdoor pools.
Fitnessers in Primrose Hill, London. Photo: Stephen Chung / Xinhua / ZUMA Press
There will also be a wedding party again - albeit for a party of up to six people.
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In London, no coronavirus-related deaths were recorded for the first time in more than six months.
Walkers in Kensington Park in London. Photo: David Cliff / NurPhoto / ZUMA Press
According to CNN, the epidemic situation was last at an equally good level on September 14, before the second Korona wave struck.
In the London area, a maximum of more than 200 deaths per day were confirmed in January.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson placed the country in a tight confinement on January 4 to combat a vulnerable virus variant.
In Britain, about 45 per cent of the population, or 30 million people, have already received at least one dose of coronavirus vaccine.
Hyde Park, London. Image: David Cliff / NurPhoto / via ZUMA Press
Primrose Hill, London. Image: Stephen Chung / Xinhua / ZUMA Press
Hyde Park, London. Image: David Cliff / NurPhoto / ZUMA Press