As Tgcom24 informs, these are some of the adjustments that the Government is preparing to launch in view of Tuesday 14 July, when the provisions currently in force to contain the epidemic expire.
Tuesday new anti-Covid rules
The extension to 31 December of the state of emergency, as requested by Mattarella, will serve to legitimize any new restrictions on personal freedoms. It will be adopted by a resolution of the Council of Ministers. In the meantime, however, the new measures will be illustrated Tuesday in Parliament by the Minister of Health, Roberto Speranza.
According to Corriere della Sera, the obligation will remain in closed places, when the distance cannot be respected, to wear a mask. Stop the obligation of gloves.
Here’s what changes
The obligation to sanitize the premises continues, as well as those to measure the temperature and make hand sanitizer dispensers available in offices and shops. In public places you will have to leave your personal details.
Apparently the reopening of indoor discos will postpone. From July 14th, the date should be postponed to the end of the month. However, the Regions will be able to grant exemptions by assuming responsibility for them.
The assembly ban will also remain in force and controls will continue in the nightlife spots and on the beaches. While on the festivals, country fairs and summer festivals, the debate is still ongoing on the possibility of more stringent controls.
Finally, the government should extend the ban on entry to Italy for those arriving from 13 countries, including through triangulations. These are Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Kuwait, Oman, Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia, Moldova, Brazil, Chile, Panama, Peru and the Dominican Republic. The 14 day quarantine requirement remains for those coming from the US.