Corriere della Sera reports on the matter

The true sign of any real progress on the return to normalcy will be the reopening for schools and that is likely the last step when gradually easing lockdown measures.

As mentioned before, just because there is some progress towards curbing the virus outbreak and lifting restrictions, it does not mean a quick return to normal in most countries.

I've mentioned it earlier in the week that the Austria model seems to be what many will follow, but the timeline for each and every country will be different.

Austria is dealing with new virus cases in the low hundreds and yet they may need about two months to even get some semblance of going back to normal conditions.

Can you imagine what that means for the likes of Italy, Spain, Germany and France?