Countries will look at their own individual situation to see how they can safely reduce lockdown restrictions.
Limiting the economic impact while minimising the risk of a resurgence in the virus remains a difficult balancing act.
Success depends on testing capacity, with lockdown only being lifted for good when a vaccine is rolled out.
The economic impact is enormous: many countries' national income in the second quarter will be 15-20% lower than the corresponding period last year, while company earnings will fall to an even greater extent.
The measures taken to support the economy are huge, even surpassing those taken in 2009.
Uncertainty remains, but stock markets have risen more than 25% since their low point.