I'm French, and I live in a huge city in France. It was very complicated in here, we have a lot of Covid cases, as in many countries. Plus, there was a shortage of masks and hospital equipment. The quarantine ended on Monday (May 11th). Only shops opened, and schools in some regions. But restaurants, bars, theaters and many other public places stay closed until further notice.
It's pretty strange. I'm happy I can walk again, cross the streets and see new faces, but people are still strained. Most of the shops don't let people without masks in, and they can't welcome too much people at the same time, depending on the store area. So people are queuing outside.
I wear a mask only when I'm in a store or in a closed space because I wear glasses and it's REALLY uncomfortable as it makes moisture on them when I'm wearing one. (Am I the only one?)
I fear a second wave, and I also fear the consequences from this phase. I know a lot of people who fear losing their job or their store, all of those small businesses. The government said they would help them all and that "none business will close down", but it's delusional... And as always, the poorest will pay the price and it saddens me a lot.