Coronavirus Under Lockdown In Birmingham

People enjoying the fountains in Centenary Square in front of the Library of Birmingham as the Coronavirus lockdown continues, the city centre is still very quiet while more traffic and people are returning, and with restrictions due to be relaxed further in the coming days, the quiet city may be coming to an end as businesses are set to start to reopen soon on 27th May 2020 in Birmingham, England, United Kingdom. Coronavirus or Covid-19 is a respiratory illness that has not previously been seen in humans. While much or Europe has been placed into lockdown, the UK government has put in place more stringent rules as part of their long term strategy, and in particular 'social distancing'. (photo by Mike Kemp/In PIctures via Getty Images)
People enjoying the fountains in Centenary Square in front of the Library of Birmingham as the Coronavirus lockdown continues, the city centre is still very quiet while more traffic and people are returning, and with restrictions due to be relaxed further in the coming days, the quiet city may be coming to an end as businesses are set to start to reopen soon on 27th May 2020 in Birmingham, England, United Kingdom. Coronavirus or Covid-19 is a respiratory illness that has not previously been seen in humans. While much or Europe has been placed into lockdown, the UK government has put in place more stringent rules as part of their long term strategy, and in particular 'social distancing'. (photo by Mike Kemp/In PIctures via Getty Images)
Coronavirus Under Lockdown In Birmingham
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