France starts gradually lifting two-month lockdown

2020-05-15 02:20:33 GMT2020-05-15 10:20:33(Beijing Time) Xinhua English
Signs meaning Signs meaning "keep social distances" are seen on the seats of the train station in Lille, northern France, May 14, 2020. From Monday, France started gradually lifting the two-month lockdown thanks to decelerating positive cases and the improved situation in hospitals. (Photo by Sebastien Courdji/Xinhua)
Signs meaning Signs meaning "keep social distances" are seen on the seats of the train station in Lille, northern France, May 14, 2020. From Monday, France started gradually lifting the two-month lockdown thanks to decelerating positive cases and the improved situation in hospitals. (Photo by Sebastien Courdji/Xinhua)
Signs meaning Signs meaning "keep social distances" are seen on the seats of the train station in Lille, northern France, May 14, 2020. From Monday, France started gradually lifting the two-month lockdown thanks to decelerating positive cases and the improved situation in hospitals. (Photo by Sebastien Courdji/Xinhua)
A staff member disinfects seats at the train station in Lille, northern France, May 14, 2020. From Monday, France started gradually lifting the two-month lockdown thanks to decelerating positive cases and the improved situation in hospitals. (Photo by Sebastien Courdji/Xinhua) A staff member disinfects seats at the train station in Lille, northern France, May 14, 2020. From Monday, France started gradually lifting the two-month lockdown thanks to decelerating positive cases and the improved situation in hospitals. (Photo by Sebastien Courdji/Xinhua)
Signs meaning Signs meaning "keep social distances" are seen on the seats of the train station in Lille, northern France, May 14, 2020. From Monday, France started gradually lifting the two-month lockdown thanks to decelerating positive cases and the improved situation in hospitals. (Photo by Sebastien Courdji/Xinhua)
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