In Poland, many catering establishments, gyms and beauty salons and hairdressing shops reopened on Monday after a week-long closure due to the coronavirus.
The country has introduced strict measures to keep everything safe.
In restaurants and cafes, for example, all tables must be at least two meters apart. The goods may allow a customer per four square meters.
People who want to go to the hairdresser must make an appointment in advance. In Poland, more than 18,800 people are infected with the virus and 929 people have died.
Slovakia has also decided to reopen the country partly. Shopping centres, theatres and cinemas will open again from Wednesday, where strict rules apply.
From 1 June, the youngest children can return to school or the playgroup.
In Slovakia, 28 patients were killed by the coronavirus and 1,495 people were infected.