A 10 p.m. curfew is in place in Italy, although restaurants can once again welcome back customers.
After an almost complete lockdown now we see that coffee bars, restaurants, and cinemas all around this nation has reopened on Monday as there were fewer COVID-19 cases throughout the country.
Unlike the disasters situation before, fourteen of Italy’s regions are now labelled yellow or low COVID-19 risk. Another five regions are currently at an orange level.
Italy is very strict on its 10 p.m. curfew regulation.
Italy ’s cultural formations like cinemas and museums are planning to have outdoor events and will keep the indoor capacity limited to 50%. Schools and universities in yellow and orange zones have permission to resume in-person learning.
The magnificent Colosseum in Italy re-opened for individual visitors too, though group tours are not allowed just yet.
Reporters from Italy say that more restrictions are about to be rolled out in the coming weeks. Pools and gyms are also scheduled to open but with certain health procedures and examination.
All this being said, Italy has joined several countries in imposing a travel ban against arrivals from India. India is battling a growing wave of COVID-19; Italy has banned travellers who have been in India within the previous 14 days.
Italian residents are allowed to return home from India, although they must produce two negative COVID-19 tests (one at departure and one at arrival), then go into quarantine. Those who had already arrived in Italy after having spent time in India are requested to undergo a swab test.
According to Johns Hopkins University, India has now reported more than 17.3 million confirmed cases of COVID-19. On Sunday, India reported the highest single-day increase in cases in the world for the fourth consecutive day.
Italy faced more than one wave of COVID-19 and lock downed every gathering place. As these lockdowns were effective, they are easing the restrictions.