Italy and Spain have eased the lockdown following daily falls in casualties due to COVID-19.
Construction workers were allowed to work after a two-week ban in the Spain.
In addition, employees of the cleaning, security and telecom sectors have returned to work.
On the other hand, in Italy essential goods as well as some non-essential items such as books, stationery and children’s garments shops were allowed to open.
Meanwhile, another European country, Denmark has announced to open schools and day care centers on Wednesday.
The closures of restaurants, bars and nightclubs in Italy, Spain and Denmark will continue until May.
It should be noted that the coronavirus has killed over more than 115,278 people around the planet.
Deadly COVID-19 has reached every corner of earth and restricted the half of the population to their homes.
The world leaders has also infected by this virus. Prime Minister of UK, Boris Johnson has been shifted to hospital. Queen Elizabeth II delivered a rare emergency speech which was her, fifth address till date.
The maximum cases of coronavirus have been reported in the United States. The death toll rises to 22,115 while the total number of infected people is 560,433.
Earlier on April 11, The US has become the first country to report more than 2,000 deaths in just 24 hours.
According to the figures presented by Johns Hopkins University, there are more than half a million confirmed cases of coronavirus in the country whereas 2,108 people have died in a single day.
The US is likely to surpass Italy as the country with most deaths.