Italy continues to record relatively high Coronavirus numbers. But the trend is pointing down. Now there is a schedule for the openings until the summer.
ROME – Italy’s Corona numbers have been improving for weeks – at least slightly. Nearly 14,000 new infections were recorded in the Mediterranean country on Wednesday in the past 24 hours. 364 people have died in connection with the virus in the country with 60 million people during this time. In light of the positive trend, the Italian government now has a roadmap for Progressive relaxation of procedures * Chest. It starts on April 26th and lasts until summer.
Corona in Italy: Relaxation is coming – the “green corridor” should allow travel to risk areas
In addition to targeted facilitation, a “green corridor” will also be provided, as announced by Prime Minister Mario Draghi’s government Wednesday. With this you can also in the orange and red areas, that is, those with elevation Corona *– Take risks, drive. Vaccination or negative 48-hour corona test or corona infection from the past six months should be entered into this document. It should be released to vaccinated people, for example.
With the new Corona decree Italy* After a one-week break, the white and yellow areas were returned to areas with low or moderate halo values. In the Yellow Zones, restaurants and bars will again be able to serve guests at tables outside at noon and in the evening from April 26. The interior remains closed. Theaters, cinemas and concert halls are allowed to start with a limited number of visitors.
Corona in Italy: opening schedule until summer
- Swimming pools are allowed to open in yellow areas on May 15th.
- Starting June 1, there will be fine for the bigger sporting events – limited to up to 1,000 outside spectators.
- Sports studios may also start in these areas as early as June.
- From July 1, conferences can be held again, and the first theme parks are allowed to open.
However, the night exit ban should last between 10 PM and 5 AM. Until recently, there was great resistance to this tool, for example by restaurant owners. (rjs / dpa) * Merkur.de is a demo of IPPEN.MEDIA.
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