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Italy, Spain and Austria are taking the first tentative steps out of lockdown, with Germany soon to follow. In Italy, forestry workers and IT manufacturers are back at work, while Austria is re-opening parks and small shops. The Conversation asked four experts their views on how and when the UK might exit the lockdown. 

Read the full article on The Conversation website, including views from Professor David Hunter, Nuffield Department of Population Health.

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