The issue of allowing travel within Europe, while the crisis caused by the coronavirus is easing, is not yet on the agenda, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said today.
Merkel made the above statement after a video conference with the prime ministers of the German states.
This video conference was focused on easing some of the restrictions imposed in mid-March to slow the spread of the virus.
Germany is one of the countries with the fewest victims of COVID-19, in relation to the population.
"Museums, zoos and exhibitions throughout Germany will reopen, along with primary schools in the most populous state of West Rhine Westphalia," the chancellor added.