Cyprus announces partial easing of lockdown from May 4

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Cyprus will begin easing its tight coronavirus lockdown by allowing some businesses to reopen beginning on May 4, with restrictions on movement to be lifted on May 21, President Nicos Anastasiades said on Wednesday.

Construction and related companies would be allowed to reopen, as would retail businesses apart from malls and large stores, he said in a televised address. A curfew restricting movement at night would remain in force.

Full easing of movement would occur on May 21, more than two months after the island state imposed tough regulations that allow people out only with a permit.
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