Italy continues to record relatively high corona numbers. But the trend has slowed. Now there is a schedule for opening until the summer.
Rome – Corona numbers in Italy have been improving for weeks – at least slightly. Nearly 14,000 new infections were reported in the Mediterranean country on Wednesday in the last 24 hours. During this time 364 people died of the virus in the country with a population of 60 million. Considering the positive trend, the Italian government now has a map Gradual relaxation of activities * Published. It starts on April 26th and lasts until the summer.
Corona in Italy: Relaxation – “Green Pass” to enable travel to dangerous areas
In addition to the target easing, the government of Prime Minister Mario Tracy announced on Wednesday that a “green pass” was to be introduced. With this you can also do in the orange and red zones, i.e. the areas with higher levels Corona *-Danger, drive. A vaccine from the last six months, 48 hours old, negative corona test or corona infection should be included in this document. For example, it should be given to those who have been vaccinated.
With new corona order Italy * After a one-week interval, white and yellow zones were re-established for areas with low or moderate corona values. In the Yellow Zones, restaurants and pubs will again be able to serve guests at tables outside, and guests from the evening of April 26th. The interiors are covered. Theaters, cinemas and concert halls are allowed to start there with a limited number of spectators.
Corona in Italy: Opens schedule until summer
- Swimming pools in the Yellow Zones are allowed to open on May 15th.
- From June 1, it’s okay for big sporting events – out of 1000 spectators only.
- Sports studios may also open in these areas in early June.
- From July 1, congresses will be possible again, allowing the first amusement parks to open.
The night-time exit ban, on the other hand, must be applied continuously from 10pm to 5am. Until recently, there was a lot of resistance to this tool, for example from restaurants. (rjs / dpa) * Merkur.de is an offer IPPEN.MEDIA.
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