Italy will ease Covid restrictions from April 26, 2021!
Restrictions on business and movement have been in place for most of this year in Italy and current restrictions were set to expire at the start of May.
Italy’s prime Minister Mr Draghi set out a broad timetable for reopening: “The government is taking a reasonable risk based on data that is improving, although not dramatically,”
From April 26, the more lenient yellow and white zones will be reinstated where infection levels are low. In these areas restaurants and bars will be able to serve clients at outside tables and cinemas and theatres will reopen with attendance limits.
“Our idea is to allow open-air swimming pools from May 15 and restart some gym activities on June 1,” Health Minister Roberto Speranza told the press.