Italy lockdown: Italy on the way to lockdown again to pull breaks the chain of covid-19 infection. Festivals are ahead. And the administration is reluctant to take risks in this atmosphere. No more than two people can be in one place to celebrate Christmas and New Year. They have to return home before the curfew starts at 10 pm. The announcement was made by Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte on Friday.
The Prime Minister of Italy set in a meeting with the Council of Ministers on the same day. After the meeting, he said, there will be red zones all over the country from December 24 to January 6. There will be a nationwide lockdown from December 24 to December 27 and from December 31 to January 3 2021.
It is a criminal offense to go out in the area concerned at this time. The decision was made to prevent covid infection during the festive season. Guidelines in this regard will be issued. According to him, the red zone means that one can get out of every house in case of any other urgent need including health. However, the person concerned must have enough evidence for that.
The Prime Minister said the Orange Zone will be on January 26, 29, 30 and 4 across the country. Which means you can’t go out without any proof. Educational institutions including bars, hotels, restaurants, schools will be closed. However, some special cases will be waived. For example, elderly parents will be allowed to visit the house.
However, the police will not be sent to anyone’s house to see if the rules are being followed. He called on the Italian people to abide by the rules. Meanwhile, the number of corona cases in Italy has increased to 1,921,778 people so far. The death toll has crossed 67,894.