A few days ago, the Prime Minister of Italy, Mario Draghi, announced the approval of the reopening decree or reopening decree, which will end the state of emergency due to Covid-19 on March 31.
Given this decree, the sanitary measures will be gradually eliminated between the beginning of April and mid-June; and the following stand out:
As of May 1, the Italian green pass or Covid-19 health certificate will no longer be needed to enter places such as restaurants, museums, bars, cafes and long-distance public transport.
In addition, the use of face masks will be eliminated on April 30.
“These are important measures that remove almost all the restrictions that have restricted us,” Draghi told a news conference via Associated Press.
This decree is still in a draft phase, so it is expected that more actions will be confirmed in the coming days.
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