Less red zones in Italy

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In many parts of Italy, the CoV situation is gradually improving and the pressure on hospitals is decreasing. For this reason, the government in Rome announced yesterday that it would greatly reduce the number of red zones with strict exit restrictions. As of Sunday, only the region of Abruzzo in central Italy will be a red zone, according to the news agency Adnkronos. Health Minister Roberto Speranza wants to issue the orders for this shortly.

The regions Toscana, Campania as well as the Aostatal and the province Bozen South Tyrol, which were so far classified as red, would change into a less strict risk zone (orange), it was said. Altogether there are three CoV risk zones. In yellow zones the lowest barriers apply.

Strict rules for Christmas
In order not to jeopardize progress in the fight against the second wave again, the center-left government had issued tightened travel restrictions for all citizens for the direct Christmas season into the new year. These continue to apply, as do the nocturnal curfews. But before that, many of the 60 million Italians will have a little more freedom for the first time – also to buy Christmas presents. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte had expressly encouraged citizens to do so in a speech.

Most recently, the Italian authorities registered over 24,000 new infections with the SARS CoV-2 virus in 24 hours. That was about 4,000 fewer than on Friday a week ago. However, the number of deaths remained high. Within one day, 814 people in Italy died in connection with Covid-19.

hp, Source: ORF.at/agencies. picture: pixabay.com

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