In the yellow zones the curfew has passed from 22 to 23. when will it be eliminated? and what are the stages of reopening

In the yellow zones the curfew has passed from 22 to 23. when will it be eliminated? and what are the stages of reopening

It was taken last night, and not today as it was suggested at first, the new time on curfew in Italy. He entered into force immediately after the signing of the President Sergio mattarella, and the publication on the official gazette of the new bill on reopenings. From Tuesday 18 Mayfrom yesterday, in the yellow regions, it can be freely circulated from 5 to 23.

After the 23rds we can move only for “comprovise needs”, therefore for reasons of work, urgency and health. You will have to have self-certification and indicate the place of departure of the move, the place of arrival and the reason why you are moving. From Monday 7 Junethe sled curfew further and you can circulate from 5 to 24.from Monday 21 Junefrom 21 June the curfew will be abolished.

In white curfew area there is noIn white regions there is no restriction on night travel. At the moment in Italy, however, there are still no territories that have this color. In fact, until Sunday, May 23, all the Italian regions, except one, are yellow.

Read also: here is how we will travel: all the rules and permits to move. New on green pass carlo gravina carlo gravinabut the decree also contains several measures on the gradual reopening of commercial and economic activities. The gymsthe gyms, these indications of the direction booth, will reopen on May 24: until today the date was fixed at the first of June.

Possible reopening of thermal centers and swimming pools closed from the first of July. Wedding weddingfree way to wedding parties outdoors and closed from June 15: the “green pass”, i.e. The document that attests the vaccination, the overcoming of covid or a negative buffer carried out in the last 48 hours.

From the first July free to the reopening also of rooms games and bingo. Also because the premier was clear: “We must proceed gradually to understand what activities are most affected by the increase in the number of farmers”.