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Angelina Paris is opening a pop up terrace at The Longchamp store on Fifth Avenue in New York, NY on May 4, 2021. The 15 seats are open each day from May to July. Photo by Charles Guerin/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Angelina Paris is opening a pop up terrace at The Longchamp store on Fifth Avenue in New York, NY on May 4, 2021. The 15 seats are open each day from May to July. Photo by Charles Guerin/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Angelina Paris is opening a pop up terrace at The Longchamp store on Fifth Avenue in New York, NY on May 4, 2021. The 15 seats are open each day from May to July. Photo by Charles Guerin/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Angelina Paris is opening a pop up terrace at The Longchamp store on Fifth Avenue in New York, NY on May 4, 2021. The 15 seats are open each day from May to July. Photo by Charles Guerin/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Angelina Paris is opening a pop up terrace at The Longchamp store on Fifth Avenue in New York, NY on May 4, 2021. The 15 seats are open each day from May to July. Photo by Charles Guerin/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Angelina Paris is opening a pop up terrace at The Longchamp store on Fifth Avenue in New York, NY on May 4, 2021. The 15 seats are open each day from May to July. Photo by Charles Guerin/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Angelina Paris is opening a pop up terrace at The Longchamp store on Fifth Avenue in New York, NY on May 4, 2021. The 15 seats are open each day from May to July. Photo by Charles Guerin/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Angelina Paris is opening a pop up terrace at The Longchamp store on Fifth Avenue in New York, NY on May 4, 2021. The 15 seats are open each day from May to July. Photo by Charles Guerin/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Angelina Paris is opening a pop up terrace at The Longchamp store on Fifth Avenue in New York, NY on May 4, 2021. The 15 seats are open each day from May to July. Photo by Charles Guerin/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Angelina Paris is opening a pop up terrace at The Longchamp store on Fifth Avenue in New York, NY on May 4, 2021. The 15 seats are open each day from May to July. Photo by Charles Guerin/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Angelina Paris is opening a pop up terrace at The Longchamp store on Fifth Avenue in New York, NY on May 4, 2021. The 15 seats are open each day from May to July. Photo by Charles Guerin/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Angelina Paris is opening a pop up terrace at The Longchamp store on Fifth Avenue in New York, NY on May 4, 2021. The 15 seats are open each day from May to July. Photo by Charles Guerin/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VIENNA, AUSTRIA - MAY 03: A general view from the city center on May 03, 2021 in Vienna, Austria. In Vienna, the capital of Austria, shopping malls and personal care centers which have been closed since April 1 due to the daily increase in novel coronavirus (Covid-19), have been put into service again. Askin Kiyagan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VIENNA, AUSTRIA - MAY 03: A general view from the city center on May 03, 2021 in Vienna, Austria. In Vienna, the capital of Austria, shopping malls and personal care centers which have been closed since April 1 due to the daily increase in novel coronavirus (Covid-19), have been put into service again. Askin Kiyagan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VIENNA, AUSTRIA - MAY 03: A general view from the city center on May 03, 2021 in Vienna, Austria. In Vienna, the capital of Austria, shopping malls and personal care centers which have been closed since April 1 due to the daily increase in novel coronavirus (Covid-19), have been put into service again. Askin Kiyagan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VIENNA, AUSTRIA - MAY 03: A general view from the city center on May 03, 2021 in Vienna, Austria. In Vienna, the capital of Austria, shopping malls and personal care centers which have been closed since April 1 due to the daily increase in novel coronavirus (Covid-19), have been put into service again. Askin Kiyagan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VIENNA, AUSTRIA - MAY 03: A general view from the city center on May 03, 2021 in Vienna, Austria. In Vienna, the capital of Austria, shopping malls and personal care centers which have been closed since April 1 due to the daily increase in novel coronavirus (Covid-19), have been put into service again. Askin Kiyagan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VIENNA, AUSTRIA - MAY 03: A general view from the city center on May 03, 2021 in Vienna, Austria. In Vienna, the capital of Austria, shopping malls and personal care centers which have been closed since April 1 due to the daily increase in novel coronavirus (Covid-19), have been put into service again. Askin Kiyagan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VIENNA, AUSTRIA - MAY 03: A general view from the city center on May 03, 2021 in Vienna, Austria. In Vienna, the capital of Austria, shopping malls and personal care centers which have been closed since April 1 due to the daily increase in novel coronavirus (Covid-19), have been put into service again. Askin Kiyagan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VIENNA, AUSTRIA - MAY 03: A general view from the city center on May 03, 2021 in Vienna, Austria. In Vienna, the capital of Austria, shopping malls and personal care centers which have been closed since April 1 due to the daily increase in novel coronavirus (Covid-19), have been put into service again. Askin Kiyagan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VIENNA, AUSTRIA - MAY 03: A general view from the city center on May 03, 2021 in Vienna, Austria. In Vienna, the capital of Austria, shopping malls and personal care centers which have been closed since April 1 due to the daily increase in novel coronavirus (Covid-19), have been put into service again. Askin Kiyagan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VIENNA, AUSTRIA - MAY 03: A general view from the city center on May 03, 2021 in Vienna, Austria. In Vienna, the capital of Austria, shopping malls and personal care centers which have been closed since April 1 due to the daily increase in novel coronavirus (Covid-19), have been put into service again. Askin Kiyagan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VIENNA, AUSTRIA - MAY 03: A general view from the city center on May 03, 2021 in Vienna, Austria. In Vienna, the capital of Austria, shopping malls and personal care centers which have been closed since April 1 due to the daily increase in novel coronavirus (Covid-19), have been put into service again. Askin Kiyagan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VIENNA, AUSTRIA - MAY 03: A general view from the city center on May 03, 2021 in Vienna, Austria. In Vienna, the capital of Austria, shopping malls and personal care centers which have been closed since April 1 due to the daily increase in novel coronavirus (Covid-19), have been put into service again. Askin Kiyagan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VIENNA, AUSTRIA - MAY 03: A general view from the city center on May 03, 2021 in Vienna, Austria. In Vienna, the capital of Austria, shopping malls and personal care centers which have been closed since April 1 due to the daily increase in novel coronavirus (Covid-19), have been put into service again. Askin Kiyagan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VIENNA, AUSTRIA - MAY 03: A general view from the city center on May 03, 2021 in Vienna, Austria. In Vienna, the capital of Austria, shopping malls and personal care centers which have been closed since April 1 due to the daily increase in novel coronavirus (Covid-19), have been put into service again. Askin Kiyagan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VIENNA, AUSTRIA - MAY 03: A general view from the city center on May 03, 2021 in Vienna, Austria. In Vienna, the capital of Austria, shopping malls and personal care centers which have been closed since April 1 due to the daily increase in novel coronavirus (Covid-19), have been put into service again. Askin Kiyagan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VIENNA, AUSTRIA - MAY 03: A general view from the city center on May 03, 2021 in Vienna, Austria. In Vienna, the capital of Austria, shopping malls and personal care centers which have been closed since April 1 due to the daily increase in novel coronavirus (Covid-19), have been put into service again. Askin Kiyagan / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, restaurant terraces open, on the square in front of the Federal Palace in Bern, Capital of Switzerland on May 3, 2021. Photo by Francois Glories/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, restaurant terraces open, on the square in front of the Federal Palace in Bern, Capital of Switzerland on May 3, 2021. Photo by Francois Glories/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, restaurant terraces open, on the square in front of the Federal Palace in Bern, Capital of Switzerland on May 3, 2021. Photo by Francois Glories/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, restaurant terraces open, on the square in front of the Federal Palace in Bern, Capital of Switzerland on May 3, 2021. Photo by Francois Glories/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, restaurant terraces open, on the square in front of the Federal Palace in Bern, Capital of Switzerland on May 3, 2021. Photo by Francois Glories/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, restaurant terraces open, on the square in front of the Federal Palace in Bern, Capital of Switzerland on May 3, 2021. Photo by Francois Glories/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, restaurant terraces open, on the square in front of the Federal Palace in Bern, Capital of Switzerland on May 3, 2021. Photo by Francois Glories/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, restaurant terraces open, on the square in front of the Federal Palace in Bern, Capital of Switzerland on May 3, 2021. Photo by Francois Glories/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, restaurant terraces open, on the square in front of the Federal Palace in Bern, Capital of Switzerland on May 3, 2021. Photo by Francois Glories/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, restaurant terraces open, on the square in front of the Federal Palace in Bern, Capital of Switzerland on May 3, 2021. Photo by Francois Glories/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, restaurant terraces open, on the square in front of the Federal Palace in Bern, Capital of Switzerland on May 3, 2021. Photo by Francois Glories/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, restaurant terraces open, on the square in front of the Federal Palace in Bern, Capital of Switzerland on May 3, 2021. Photo by Francois Glories/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, restaurant terraces open, on the square in front of the Federal Palace in Bern, Capital of Switzerland on May 3, 2021. Photo by Francois Glories/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, restaurant terraces open, on the square in front of the Federal Palace in Bern, Capital of Switzerland on May 3, 2021. Photo by Francois Glories/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, restaurant terraces open, on the square in front of the Federal Palace in Bern, Capital of Switzerland on May 3, 2021. Photo by Francois Glories/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, restaurant terraces open, on the square in front of the Federal Palace in Bern, Capital of Switzerland on May 3, 2021. Photo by Francois Glories/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, restaurant terraces open, on the square in front of the Federal Palace in Bern, Capital of Switzerland on May 3, 2021. Photo by Francois Glories/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, restaurant terraces open, on the square in front of the Federal Palace in Bern, Capital of Switzerland on May 3, 2021. Photo by Francois Glories/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, restaurant terraces open, on the square in front of the Federal Palace in Bern, Capital of Switzerland on May 3, 2021. Photo by Francois Glories/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, restaurant terraces open, on the square in front of the Federal Palace in Bern, Capital of Switzerland on May 3, 2021. Photo by Francois Glories/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, restaurant terraces open, on the square in front of the Federal Palace in Bern, Capital of Switzerland on May 3, 2021. Photo by Francois Glories/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, restaurant terraces open, on the square in front of the Federal Palace in Bern, Capital of Switzerland on May 3, 2021. Photo by Francois Glories/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, restaurant terraces open, on the square in front of the Federal Palace in Bern, Capital of Switzerland on May 3, 2021. Photo by Francois Glories/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Amsterdam locals flock to shops amid easing of Covid restrictions, in Netherlands, on May 02, 2021. Busy in the city with people shopping. Long queue for several shops in the center after the easing has come. The terraces open again and you can also enter shops from vafgleopn Wednesday without an appointment. Despite the continued high pressure on healthcare, corona measures are being relaxed today. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Amsterdam locals flock to shops amid easing of Covid restrictions, in Netherlands, on May 02, 2021. Busy in the city with people shopping. Long queue for several shops in the center after the easing has come. The terraces open again and you can also enter shops from vafgleopn Wednesday without an appointment. Despite the continued high pressure on healthcare, corona measures are being relaxed today. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Amsterdam locals flock to shops amid easing of Covid restrictions, in Netherlands, on May 02, 2021. Busy in the city with people shopping. Long queue for several shops in the center after the easing has come. The terraces open again and you can also enter shops from vafgleopn Wednesday without an appointment. Despite the continued high pressure on healthcare, corona measures are being relaxed today. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Amsterdam locals flock to shops amid easing of Covid restrictions, in Netherlands, on May 02, 2021. Busy in the city with people shopping. Long queue for several shops in the center after the easing has come. The terraces open again and you can also enter shops from vafgleopn Wednesday without an appointment. Despite the continued high pressure on healthcare, corona measures are being relaxed today. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Amsterdam locals flock to shops amid easing of Covid restrictions, in Netherlands, on May 02, 2021. Busy in the city with people shopping. Long queue for several shops in the center after the easing has come. The terraces open again and you can also enter shops from vafgleopn Wednesday without an appointment. Despite the continued high pressure on healthcare, corona measures are being relaxed today. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Amsterdam locals flock to shops amid easing of Covid restrictions, in Netherlands, on May 02, 2021. Busy in the city with people shopping. Long queue for several shops in the center after the easing has come. The terraces open again and you can also enter shops from vafgleopn Wednesday without an appointment. Despite the continued high pressure on healthcare, corona measures are being relaxed today. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Amsterdam locals flock to shops amid easing of Covid restrictions, in Netherlands, on May 02, 2021. Busy in the city with people shopping. Long queue for several shops in the center after the easing has come. The terraces open again and you can also enter shops from vafgleopn Wednesday without an appointment. Despite the continued high pressure on healthcare, corona measures are being relaxed today. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Amsterdam locals flock to shops amid easing of Covid restrictions, in Netherlands, on May 02, 2021. Busy in the city with people shopping. Long queue for several shops in the center after the easing has come. The terraces open again and you can also enter shops from vafgleopn Wednesday without an appointment. Despite the continued high pressure on healthcare, corona measures are being relaxed today. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Amsterdam locals flock to shops amid easing of Covid restrictions, in Netherlands, on May 02, 2021. Busy in the city with people shopping. Long queue for several shops in the center after the easing has come. The terraces open again and you can also enter shops from vafgleopn Wednesday without an appointment. Despite the continued high pressure on healthcare, corona measures are being relaxed today. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Amsterdam locals flock to shops amid easing of Covid restrictions, in Netherlands, on May 02, 2021. Busy in the city with people shopping. Long queue for several shops in the center after the easing has come. The terraces open again and you can also enter shops from vafgleopn Wednesday without an appointment. Despite the continued high pressure on healthcare, corona measures are being relaxed today. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Amsterdam locals flock to shops amid easing of Covid restrictions, in Netherlands, on May 02, 2021. Busy in the city with people shopping. Long queue for several shops in the center after the easing has come. The terraces open again and you can also enter shops from vafgleopn Wednesday without an appointment. Despite the continued high pressure on healthcare, corona measures are being relaxed today. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Amsterdam locals flock to shops amid easing of Covid restrictions, in Netherlands, on May 02, 2021. Busy in the city with people shopping. Long queue for several shops in the center after the easing has come. The terraces open again and you can also enter shops from vafgleopn Wednesday without an appointment. Despite the continued high pressure on healthcare, corona measures are being relaxed today. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Amsterdam locals flock to shops amid easing of Covid restrictions, in Netherlands, on May 02, 2021. Busy in the city with people shopping. Long queue for several shops in the center after the easing has come. The terraces open again and you can also enter shops from vafgleopn Wednesday without an appointment. Despite the continued high pressure on healthcare, corona measures are being relaxed today. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Amsterdam locals flock to shops amid easing of Covid restrictions, in Netherlands, on May 02, 2021. Busy in the city with people shopping. Long queue for several shops in the center after the easing has come. The terraces open again and you can also enter shops from vafgleopn Wednesday without an appointment. Despite the continued high pressure on healthcare, corona measures are being relaxed today. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Since the lockdown measures and the closure of all theaters and places of culture, artists are in great precariousness. In Toulouse (France), they wished to attract the attention of the public by setting up shop windows. And thus call into question the reform of unemployment insurance, dangerous for all precarious people. April 30, 2021. Photo by Patrick Batard/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Since the lockdown measures and the closure of all theaters and places of culture, artists are in great precariousness. In Toulouse (France), they wished to attract the attention of the public by setting up shop windows. And thus call into question the reform of unemployment insurance, dangerous for all precarious people. April 30, 2021. Photo by Patrick Batard/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Since the lockdown measures and the closure of all theaters and places of culture, artists are in great precariousness. In Toulouse (France), they wished to attract the attention of the public by setting up shop windows. And thus call into question the reform of unemployment insurance, dangerous for all precarious people. April 30, 2021. Photo by Patrick Batard/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Since the lockdown measures and the closure of all theaters and places of culture, artists are in great precariousness. In Toulouse (France), they wished to attract the attention of the public by setting up shop windows. And thus call into question the reform of unemployment insurance, dangerous for all precarious people. April 30, 2021. Photo by Patrick Batard/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Since the lockdown measures and the closure of all theaters and places of culture, artists are in great precariousness. In Toulouse (France), they wished to attract the attention of the public by setting up shop windows. And thus call into question the reform of unemployment insurance, dangerous for all precarious people. April 30, 2021. Photo by Patrick Batard/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Since the lockdown measures and the closure of all theaters and places of culture, artists are in great precariousness. In Toulouse (France), they wished to attract the attention of the public by setting up shop windows. And thus call into question the reform of unemployment insurance, dangerous for all precarious people. April 30, 2021. Photo by Patrick Batard/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Since the lockdown measures and the closure of all theaters and places of culture, artists are in great precariousness. In Toulouse (France), they wished to attract the attention of the public by setting up shop windows. And thus call into question the reform of unemployment insurance, dangerous for all precarious people. April 30, 2021. Photo by Patrick Batard/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Since the lockdown measures and the closure of all theaters and places of culture, artists are in great precariousness. In Toulouse (France), they wished to attract the attention of the public by setting up shop windows. And thus call into question the reform of unemployment insurance, dangerous for all precarious people. April 30, 2021. Photo by Patrick Batard/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Since the lockdown measures and the closure of all theaters and places of culture, artists are in great precariousness. In Toulouse (France), they wished to attract the attention of the public by setting up shop windows. And thus call into question the reform of unemployment insurance, dangerous for all precarious people. April 30, 2021. Photo by Patrick Batard/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Since the lockdown measures and the closure of all theaters and places of culture, artists are in great precariousness. In Toulouse (France), they wished to attract the attention of the public by setting up shop windows. And thus call into question the reform of unemployment insurance, dangerous for all precarious people. April 30, 2021. Photo by Patrick Batard/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Since the lockdown measures and the closure of all theaters and places of culture, artists are in great precariousness. In Toulouse (France), they wished to attract the attention of the public by setting up shop windows. And thus call into question the reform of unemployment insurance, dangerous for all precarious people. April 30, 2021. Photo by Patrick Batard/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Since the lockdown measures and the closure of all theaters and places of culture, artists are in great precariousness. In Toulouse (France), they wished to attract the attention of the public by setting up shop windows. And thus call into question the reform of unemployment insurance, dangerous for all precarious people. April 30, 2021. Photo by Patrick Batard/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Since the lockdown measures and the closure of all theaters and places of culture, artists are in great precariousness. In Toulouse (France), they wished to attract the attention of the public by setting up shop windows. And thus call into question the reform of unemployment insurance, dangerous for all precarious people. April 30, 2021. Photo by Patrick Batard/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Since the lockdown measures and the closure of all theaters and places of culture, artists are in great precariousness. In Toulouse (France), they wished to attract the attention of the public by setting up shop windows. And thus call into question the reform of unemployment insurance, dangerous for all precarious people. April 30, 2021. Photo by Patrick Batard/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Terrace visitors in the center of Rotterdam. The terraces may be reopened daily, whereby the corona measures are in force. Mandatory reservation, stay seated as much as possible, pay contactless, urinate inside with a mouth cap. These are some of the conditions under which the terraces may open again on Wednesday afternoon. Rotterdam, Netherlands on April 28, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Terrace visitors in the center of Rotterdam. The terraces may be reopened daily, whereby the corona measures are in force. Mandatory reservation, stay seated as much as possible, pay contactless, urinate inside with a mouth cap. These are some of the conditions under which the terraces may open again on Wednesday afternoon. Rotterdam, Netherlands on April 28, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Terrace visitors in the center of Rotterdam. The terraces may be reopened daily, whereby the corona measures are in force. Mandatory reservation, stay seated as much as possible, pay contactless, urinate inside with a mouth cap. These are some of the conditions under which the terraces may open again on Wednesday afternoon. Rotterdam, Netherlands on April 28, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Terrace visitors in the center of Rotterdam. The terraces may be reopened daily, whereby the corona measures are in force. Mandatory reservation, stay seated as much as possible, pay contactless, urinate inside with a mouth cap. These are some of the conditions under which the terraces may open again on Wednesday afternoon. Rotterdam, Netherlands on April 28, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Terrace visitors in the center of Rotterdam. The terraces may be reopened daily, whereby the corona measures are in force. Mandatory reservation, stay seated as much as possible, pay contactless, urinate inside with a mouth cap. These are some of the conditions under which the terraces may open again on Wednesday afternoon. Rotterdam, Netherlands on April 28, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Terrace visitors in the center of Rotterdam. The terraces may be reopened daily, whereby the corona measures are in force. Mandatory reservation, stay seated as much as possible, pay contactless, urinate inside with a mouth cap. These are some of the conditions under which the terraces may open again on Wednesday afternoon. Rotterdam, Netherlands on April 28, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - APRIL 28: People wear mask to protect themselves from the novel type of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic after wearing mask in public places is obligatory, in Brussels, Belgium on April 28, 2021. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - APRIL 28: People wear mask to protect themselves from the novel type of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic after wearing mask in public places is obligatory, in Brussels, Belgium on April 28, 2021. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - APRIL 28: People wear mask to protect themselves from the novel type of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic after wearing mask in public places is obligatory, in Brussels, Belgium on April 28, 2021. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - APRIL 28: People wear mask to protect themselves from the novel type of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic after wearing mask in public places is obligatory, in Brussels, Belgium on April 28, 2021. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - APRIL 28: People wear mask to protect themselves from the novel type of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic after wearing mask in public places is obligatory, in Brussels, Belgium on April 28, 2021. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - APRIL 28: People wear mask to protect themselves from the novel type of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic after wearing mask in public places is obligatory, in Brussels, Belgium on April 28, 2021. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - APRIL 28: People wear mask to protect themselves from the novel type of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic after wearing mask in public places is obligatory, in Brussels, Belgium on April 28, 2021. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Terrace visitors in the center of Rotterdam. The terraces may be reopened daily, whereby the corona measures are in force. Mandatory reservation, stay seated as much as possible, pay contactless, urinate inside with a mouth cap. These are some of the conditions under which the terraces may open again on Wednesday afternoon. Rotterdam, Netherlands on April 28, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 28: A photo shows restaurants and cafes accepting costumers after a curfew lifted on April 28, 2021, Rotterdam, Netherlands. The mandatory curfew that was imposed on January 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus officially ended on Wednesday. Shops and outdoor seating areas of restaurants and cafes partially reopened with certain measures. Restaurants are able to open their terraces from 12 am. till 6 pm. every day up to 50 people by keeping the social distance. Abdullah Asiran / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 28: A photo shows people wait in line outside a store to shop after a curfew lifted on April 28, 2021, Rotterdam, Netherlands. The mandatory curfew that was imposed on January 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus officially ended on Wednesday. Shops and outdoor seating areas of restaurants and cafes partially reopened with certain measures. Restaurants are able to open their terraces from 12 am. till 6 pm. every day up to 50 people by keeping the social distance. Abdullah Asiran / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 28: A photo shows restaurants and cafes accepting costumers after a curfew lifted on April 28, 2021, Rotterdam, Netherlands. The mandatory curfew that was imposed on January 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus officially ended on Wednesday. Shops and outdoor seating areas of restaurants and cafes partially reopened with certain measures. Restaurants are able to open their terraces from 12 am. till 6 pm. every day up to 50 people by keeping the social distance. Abdullah Asiran / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 28: A photo shows people wait in line outside a store to shop after a curfew lifted on April 28, 2021, Rotterdam, Netherlands. The mandatory curfew that was imposed on January 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus officially ended on Wednesday. Shops and outdoor seating areas of restaurants and cafes partially reopened with certain measures. Restaurants are able to open their terraces from 12 am. till 6 pm. every day up to 50 people by keeping the social distance. Abdullah Asiran / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 28: A photo shows people wait in line outside a store to shop after a curfew lifted on April 28, 2021, Rotterdam, Netherlands. The mandatory curfew that was imposed on January 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus officially ended on Wednesday. Shops and outdoor seating areas of restaurants and cafes partially reopened with certain measures. Restaurants are able to open their terraces from 12 am. till 6 pm. every day up to 50 people by keeping the social distance. Abdullah Asiran / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Terrace visitors in the center of Rotterdam. The terraces may be reopened daily, whereby the corona measures are in force. Mandatory reservation, stay seated as much as possible, pay contactless, urinate inside with a mouth cap. These are some of the conditions under which the terraces may open again on Wednesday afternoon. Rotterdam, Netherlands on April 28, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Terrace visitors in the center of Rotterdam. The terraces may be reopened daily, whereby the corona measures are in force. Mandatory reservation, stay seated as much as possible, pay contactless, urinate inside with a mouth cap. These are some of the conditions under which the terraces may open again on Wednesday afternoon. Rotterdam, Netherlands on April 28, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Terrace visitors in the center of Rotterdam. The terraces may be reopened daily, whereby the corona measures are in force. Mandatory reservation, stay seated as much as possible, pay contactless, urinate inside with a mouth cap. These are some of the conditions under which the terraces may open again on Wednesday afternoon. Rotterdam, Netherlands on April 28, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Terrace visitors in the center of Rotterdam. The terraces may be reopened daily, whereby the corona measures are in force. Mandatory reservation, stay seated as much as possible, pay contactless, urinate inside with a mouth cap. These are some of the conditions under which the terraces may open again on Wednesday afternoon. Rotterdam, Netherlands on April 28, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Terrace visitors in the center of Rotterdam. The terraces may be reopened daily, whereby the corona measures are in force. Mandatory reservation, stay seated as much as possible, pay contactless, urinate inside with a mouth cap. These are some of the conditions under which the terraces may open again on Wednesday afternoon. Rotterdam, Netherlands on April 28, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Terrace visitors in the center of Rotterdam. The terraces may be reopened daily, whereby the corona measures are in force. Mandatory reservation, stay seated as much as possible, pay contactless, urinate inside with a mouth cap. These are some of the conditions under which the terraces may open again on Wednesday afternoon. Rotterdam, Netherlands on April 28, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Terrace visitors in the center of Rotterdam. The terraces may be reopened daily, whereby the corona measures are in force. Mandatory reservation, stay seated as much as possible, pay contactless, urinate inside with a mouth cap. These are some of the conditions under which the terraces may open again on Wednesday afternoon. Rotterdam, Netherlands on April 28, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Terrace visitors in the center of Rotterdam. The terraces may be reopened daily, whereby the corona measures are in force. Mandatory reservation, stay seated as much as possible, pay contactless, urinate inside with a mouth cap. These are some of the conditions under which the terraces may open again on Wednesday afternoon. Rotterdam, Netherlands on April 28, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Terrace visitors in the center of Rotterdam. The terraces may be reopened daily, whereby the corona measures are in force. Mandatory reservation, stay seated as much as possible, pay contactless, urinate inside with a mouth cap. These are some of the conditions under which the terraces may open again on Wednesday afternoon. Rotterdam, Netherlands on April 28, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 28: A photo shows people wait in line outside a store to shop after a curfew lifted on April 28, 2021, Rotterdam, Netherlands. The mandatory curfew that was imposed on January 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus officially ended on Wednesday. Shops and outdoor seating areas of restaurants and cafes partially reopened with certain measures. Restaurants are able to open their terraces from 12 am. till 6 pm. every day up to 50 people by keeping the social distance. Abdullah Asiran / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 28: A photo shows restaurants and cafes accepting costumers after a curfew lifted on April 28, 2021, Rotterdam, Netherlands. The mandatory curfew that was imposed on January 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus officially ended on Wednesday. Shops and outdoor seating areas of restaurants and cafes partially reopened with certain measures. Restaurants are able to open their terraces from 12 am. till 6 pm. every day up to 50 people by keeping the social distance. Abdullah Asiran / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 28: A photo shows people walk around commercial area after a curfew lifted on April 28, 2021, Rotterdam, Netherlands. The mandatory curfew that was imposed on January 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus officially ended on Wednesday. Shops and outdoor seating areas of restaurants and cafes partially reopened with certain measures. Restaurants are able to open their terraces from 12 am. till 6 pm. every day up to 50 people by keeping the social distance. Abdullah Asiran / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 28: A photo shows restaurants and cafes accepting costumers after a curfew lifted on April 28, 2021, Rotterdam, Netherlands. The mandatory curfew that was imposed on January 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus officially ended on Wednesday. Shops and outdoor seating areas of restaurants and cafes partially reopened with certain measures. Restaurants are able to open their terraces from 12 am. till 6 pm. every day up to 50 people by keeping the social distance. Abdullah Asiran / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 28: A photo shows people walk around commercial area after a curfew lifted on April 28, 2021, Rotterdam, Netherlands. The mandatory curfew that was imposed on January 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus officially ended on Wednesday. Shops and outdoor seating areas of restaurants and cafes partially reopened with certain measures. Restaurants are able to open their terraces from 12 am. till 6 pm. every day up to 50 people by keeping the social distance. Abdullah Asiran / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 28: A photo shows restaurants and cafes accepting costumers after a curfew lifted on April 28, 2021, Rotterdam, Netherlands. The mandatory curfew that was imposed on January 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus officially ended on Wednesday. Shops and outdoor seating areas of restaurants and cafes partially reopened with certain measures. Restaurants are able to open their terraces from 12 am. till 6 pm. every day up to 50 people by keeping the social distance. Abdullah Asiran / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 28: A photo shows people wait in line outside a store to shop after a curfew lifted on April 28, 2021, Rotterdam, Netherlands. The mandatory curfew that was imposed on January 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus officially ended on Wednesday. Shops and outdoor seating areas of restaurants and cafes partially reopened with certain measures. Restaurants are able to open their terraces from 12 am. till 6 pm. every day up to 50 people by keeping the social distance. Abdullah Asiran / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 28: A photo shows restaurants and cafes accepting costumers after a curfew lifted on April 28, 2021, Rotterdam, Netherlands. The mandatory curfew that was imposed on January 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus officially ended on Wednesday. Shops and outdoor seating areas of restaurants and cafes partially reopened with certain measures. Restaurants are able to open their terraces from 12 am. till 6 pm. every day up to 50 people by keeping the social distance. Abdullah Asiran / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 28: A photo shows restaurants and cafes accepting costumers after a curfew lifted on April 28, 2021, Rotterdam, Netherlands. The mandatory curfew that was imposed on January 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus officially ended on Wednesday. Shops and outdoor seating areas of restaurants and cafes partially reopened with certain measures. Restaurants are able to open their terraces from 12 am. till 6 pm. every day up to 50 people by keeping the social distance. Abdullah Asiran / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 28: A photo shows people wait in line outside a store to shop after a curfew lifted on April 28, 2021, Rotterdam, Netherlands. The mandatory curfew that was imposed on January 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus officially ended on Wednesday. Shops and outdoor seating areas of restaurants and cafes partially reopened with certain measures. Restaurants are able to open their terraces from 12 am. till 6 pm. every day up to 50 people by keeping the social distance. Abdullah Asiran / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 28: A photo shows restaurants and cafes accepting costumers after a curfew lifted on April 28, 2021, Rotterdam, Netherlands. The mandatory curfew that was imposed on January 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus officially ended on Wednesday. Shops and outdoor seating areas of restaurants and cafes partially reopened with certain measures. Restaurants are able to open their terraces from 12 am. till 6 pm. every day up to 50 people by keeping the social distance. Abdullah Asiran / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 28: A photo shows people wait in line outside a store to shop after a curfew lifted on April 28, 2021, Rotterdam, Netherlands. The mandatory curfew that was imposed on January 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus officially ended on Wednesday. Shops and outdoor seating areas of restaurants and cafes partially reopened with certain measures. Restaurants are able to open their terraces from 12 am. till 6 pm. every day up to 50 people by keeping the social distance. Abdullah Asiran / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 28: A photo shows people wait in line outside a store to shop after a curfew lifted on April 28, 2021, Rotterdam, Netherlands. The mandatory curfew that was imposed on January 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus officially ended on Wednesday. Shops and outdoor seating areas of restaurants and cafes partially reopened with certain measures. Restaurants are able to open their terraces from 12 am. till 6 pm. every day up to 50 people by keeping the social distance. Abdullah Asiran / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 28: A photo shows people wait in line outside a store to shop after a curfew lifted on April 28, 2021, Rotterdam, Netherlands. The mandatory curfew that was imposed on January 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus officially ended on Wednesday. Shops and outdoor seating areas of restaurants and cafes partially reopened with certain measures. Restaurants are able to open their terraces from 12 am. till 6 pm. every day up to 50 people by keeping the social distance. Abdullah Asiran / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 28: A photo shows people wait in line outside a store to shop after a curfew lifted on April 28, 2021, Rotterdam, Netherlands. The mandatory curfew that was imposed on January 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus officially ended on Wednesday. Shops and outdoor seating areas of restaurants and cafes partially reopened with certain measures. Restaurants are able to open their terraces from 12 am. till 6 pm. every day up to 50 people by keeping the social distance. Abdullah Asiran / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 28: A photo shows restaurants and cafes accepting costumers after a curfew lifted on April 28, 2021, Rotterdam, Netherlands. The mandatory curfew that was imposed on January 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus officially ended on Wednesday. Shops and outdoor seating areas of restaurants and cafes partially reopened with certain measures. Restaurants are able to open their terraces from 12 am. till 6 pm. every day up to 50 people by keeping the social distance. Abdullah Asiran / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 28: A photo shows people wait in line outside a store to shop after a curfew lifted on April 28, 2021, Rotterdam, Netherlands. The mandatory curfew that was imposed on January 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus officially ended on Wednesday. Shops and outdoor seating areas of restaurants and cafes partially reopened with certain measures. Restaurants are able to open their terraces from 12 am. till 6 pm. every day up to 50 people by keeping the social distance. Abdullah Asiran / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Terrace visitors in the center of Rotterdam. The terraces may be reopened daily, whereby the corona measures are in force. Mandatory reservation, stay seated as much as possible, pay contactless, urinate inside with a mouth cap. These are some of the conditions under which the terraces may open again on Wednesday afternoon. Rotterdam, Netherlands on April 28, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Terrace visitors in the center of Rotterdam. The terraces may be reopened daily, whereby the corona measures are in force. Mandatory reservation, stay seated as much as possible, pay contactless, urinate inside with a mouth cap. These are some of the conditions under which the terraces may open again on Wednesday afternoon. Rotterdam, Netherlands on April 28, 2021. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Terrace visitors in the center of Utrecht, Netherlands on April 28, 2021. The terraces may be reopened daily, whereby the corona measures are in force. Mandatory reservation, stay seated as much as possible, pay contactless, urinate inside with a mouth cap. These are some of the conditions under which the terraces may open again on Wednesday afternoon. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Terrace visitors in the center of Utrecht, Netherlands on April 28, 2021. The terraces may be reopened daily, whereby the corona measures are in force. Mandatory reservation, stay seated as much as possible, pay contactless, urinate inside with a mouth cap. These are some of the conditions under which the terraces may open again on Wednesday afternoon. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM
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