From Monday, Italians will tighten up, and half of the country will be locked down

From Monday, Italians will tighten up, and half of the country will be locked down

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From Monday, the regions of Campania, Basilicata and Molise will be in the so-called red zone, that is, they will be considered a completely closed area, where residence can only be left with a permit. Several cities are also under quarantine, including Bologna and Modena.

Orange, a high-risk region, is the autonomous region of Lombardy, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Veneto, Abruzzo, Emilia-Romagna, Marsh, Piedmont, Umbria, Tuscany, Bolzano and Trento. In the end, it is forbidden to leave the cities and settlements, hospitality is only dispensing, and schools switch to distance education.

Less dangerous areas with yellow color are still Liguria, Lazio, Calabria, Puglia, Sicily, and Valle d’Aosta. For a week now, there have been minimal restrictions on the white zone island of Sardinia, with arrivals being tested quickly from Monday.

As of Monday, nearly 73 percent of students are switching to distance learning again.

The Italian government’s advisory board, the scientific technical committee of health experts, urged the country on Sunday to close completely and as soon as possible due to the strong spread of virus variants.

Health Minister Roberto Speranza said that he expects the curve of the epidemic to shift upwards, which could lead to the closure of more provinces, but this will be decided in light of the daily situation. He stressed that the British virus mutation is most prevalent in the country, but the Brazilian, South African and Nigerian variants are also present. He stressed that a rare virus mutation was identified in the city of Varese Lombardy, of which only one case has been recorded in the world so far, which is Thailand.

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(Via MTI)

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