(Rome) The Italian government on Wednesday confirmed the gradual lifting of anti-Kovid-19 sanctions.
At a cabinet meeting, the government decided to allow restaurants to dine with the public from Monday and for dinner for the first time since late October, but only outdoors and in areas. Classified as “yellow”. (I.e. those who exhibit the lowest risk of infection).
From April 26, cinemas, theaters and concert halls will also be able to reopen, but only by respecting the distance and remaining less than 50% of their maximum capacity, with an additional seating capacity of 1000 for open-air halls and 500 for closed rooms.
Schools, colleges and universities give priority to face-to-face courses. Travel between “yellow” areas is also permitted, but the curfew is in effect from 10 pm to 5 am.
The outlines of these new regulations, an entry that stretches across several stages, were already unveiled by Mario Draghi on Friday.
In the next phase, from May 15, outdoor swimming pools will be open and shopping centers will be allowed to reopen on weekends, until now only accommodating the public during the week.
Then 1Is In June, bars and restaurants can welcome customers even in closed spaces, but only from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m., and gyms can reopen their doors.
Stadiums can again accommodate people, but only 25% of their maximum capacity. Additionally, the number of spectators should not exceed 1000 for open installations and 500 for closed-site installations.
From June 15, the festivities will take place and from June 1Is July Green Light for Congress, Spas and Theme Parks.
According to Italian media, most of the Italian regions should be classified as “yellow” from Monday, especially in Lombardy (Milan region, north) and Lazio (central, Rome region), so there will be an advantage at the start of the season. Limitations.
This easing of anti-COVID-19 restrictions comes as Italy is recording an average of more than 300 deaths per day for a total of 117,000 deaths since the outbreak began.