Italy and Spain are among a number of European countries, which are further, easing their Coronavirus lockdown restrictions from today.
Most businesses in Italy, including bars and hairdressers, will be free to reopen after more than two months of nationwide lockdown measures.
Meanwhile Spain has slightly eased restrictions on some of its least affected islands.
The measures follow consistent drops in the number of daily-recorded deaths.
Yesterday Italy recorded the fewest daily deaths since it entered lockdown in March.
It said 145 people had died with the virus in the previous 24 hours.
This marked a significant drop from its highest daily death toll, which was more than 900 on March 27th.