the bulletin of May 29
twelve o’clockMay 29, 2020 – 9:32 am
In the morning, the administrative act of the governor, in the evening that of the mayor, which provides for different times on the closure of the premises and alcohol sales: which prevails?
of Chiara Marasca
The contagion curve in Campania remains low. In the latest bulletin of the Regional Crisis Unit there are ten new cases (the same number as yesterday), out of 4,364 swabs examined. Yesterday, a victim of Coronavirus was recorded in the region (411 since the beginning of the epidemic) while 35 people have recovered (3390 since the beginning of the epidemic). The total number of infections so far recorded of 4,797 out of 198,033 swabs performed. (Here the situation in Italy with the map of the infections).
This is the breakdown by case analysis laboratories positive today
– Cotugno hospital in Naples: 668 swabs examined, none of which positive;
– Ruggi di Salerno Hospital: 355 swabs, none of which tested positive;
– Caserta Local Health Authority of Aversa-Marcianise: 22 swabs of which 1 positive result;
– Moscati Hospital of Avellino: 238 swabs, none of which tested positive;
– San Paolo Hospital in Naples: 138 swabs, none of which tested positive;
– Laboratory of the Federico II hospital: 165 swabs, none positive;
– Experimental Zooprophylactic Institute Mezzogiorno: 665 swabs, none positive;
– Ospedale di Nola: 479 swabs were examined of which 4 were positive (with another 4 yesterday there are 8 positive in 48 hours);
– San Pio hospital in Benevento: 120 swabs examined, 1 of which positive;
– Eboli Hospital: 344 swabs examined, none of which tested positive;
– Laboratory of CEINGE / IZSM 460 swabs were examined, none of which tested positive;
– Biogem laboratory: 105 swabs were examined, 2 of which were positive;
– Cardarelli / IZSM 249 were examined, 2 of which were positive;
– Santobono Pausillipon Hospital: 16 swabs examined, none of which positive;
– Luigi Vanvitelli hospital in Naples: 40 swabs were examined, none of which tested positive.
Movida, the war of ordinances
And on the schedules of the movida, in Naples war of ordinances between the governor Vincenzo De Luca and the mayor Luigi de Magistris. Two conflicting administrative acts on the same day, with different times on closure of the premises and sale of alcohol in Phase 2, in consideration of the need to avoid gatherings and lower the risk of Coronavirus infections in places of evening entertainment. This morning the regional ordinance, tonight the one announced by the first citizen who for days has supported the line of opening everything in open opposition to that of the rigor wanted by De Luca. While the governor’s provision provides that the shutters of bars and clubs will go down at one in the morning and that the sale of takeaway alcohol is prohibited from 10 p.m., the mayor moves the stop forward: on the weekend locals open until 3.30 a.m. next day and sale of alcohol allowed until midnight.
Mastella prohibits the sale of glass drinks and cans in Benevento
In Benevento, the mayor Clemente Mastella prohibits the sale of glass and can drinks in the historic center. The drinks must be administered in special disposable glasses. In addition, the owners – as stated in the provision – are obliged to provide for the separate collection of waste deriving from the activity carried out using special containers and to leave the area of relevance clean. Finally, anyone in the aforementioned areas is prohibited from consuming drinks contained in glass bottles or metal cans.
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