The pace of SLOTXO Europe's Covid-19 vaccination campaign has picked up and in many countries infection rates have been falling. Lockdowns are gradually being eased as the summer tourist season gets under way, and there are plans for an EU-wide digital vaccination certificate to be in place by 1 July. France Nationwide curfew ended on 20 June, 10 days earlier than planned. Face masks are no longer required outdoors. Restaurants, cafes and bars can serve customers indoors, with 50% capacity and up to six people per table. Standing concerts will resume on 30 June and nightclubs on 9 July (with 75% capacity). People attending will need a health pass which shows either full vaccination, a negative test within the previous 72 hours, or else a previous coronavirus infection. Germany Restaurants, bars, beer gardens, museums, hotels and concert halls have reopened. Medical grade masks are compulsory in shops and on public transport. Local authorities can impose stricter rules in high infection rate areas. From 30 June, working from home will no longer be compulsory. Italy On 21 June, Italy's curfew was scrapped and the whole country, except for the northwest region of Valle d'Aosta, became "white zone" - the country's lowest-risk category. Among the measures still in place are social distancing (1m) and the wearing of masks indoors (and in crowded outdoor places), and a ban on house parties and large gathering. Nightclubs and discos are also closed.