Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.The governments of Norway, Denmark, Austria and the Czech Republic have announced plans to ease restrictions in place to slow the spread of coronavirus despite a second wave of infections hitting several countries in Asia.The leaders of these four European countries said the pandemic is under control in their respective nations after early action appeared to curb the virus.CLICK HERE FOR FULL CORONAVIRUS COVERAGENorwayNorway will lift restrictions “little by little,” beginning with opening kindergartens on April 20, the government said Tuesday. Students in the first four years of school would return to class a week later on April 27 and higher grades “before summer.”“It has now been 26 days since we changed the way we live our lives,” Prime Minister Erna Solberg told reporters in reference to the lockdown. “We can see that (the government’s) anti-infection measures are working.”EUROPE BEGINS TO FLATTEN THE CURVE, SHOWS US THE WAY IN FIGHT AGAINST CORONAVIRUSNorway, which has so far recorded 89 deaths and 5,903 confirmed COVID-19 infections, will still require citizens to work from home, and will maintain bans on sports and festivals until at least June 15. Foreigners remain

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