COVID-19 Information and Global Service Updates Statement 5th June 2020

UPDATE AS OF 15.49 (GMT) Friday 5th June

Northern Ireland confirm large retailers such as car showrooms and retail park shops can open from Monday.

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps says that as of Monday 15th June face coverings will become mandatory on public transport in England.

From 15th June, on the Isle of Man, the self-governing territory in the Irish Sea, will also allow restaurants, pubs, and cafes to serve diners indoors and gyms will be permitted to partially reopen.

Jordan says it will loosen coronavirus restrictions in the country but warned it would now toughen its enforcement of social distancing. The country is set to reopen hotels and cafes, allow sporting events without spectators, and shorten a night-time curfew from Saturday.

Spain is to begin opening up to foreign tourists from 1st July. The clarification comes after the country's tourism minister initially said, on Thursday, that restrictions on land borders with France and Portugal would be lifted from 22nd June.

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