Italy abolishes mask requirement from May 1

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More Corona restrictions are also falling in Italy: As of May 1, Prime Minister Mario Draghi’s government plans to lift the mask requirement indoors, Health Secretary Andrea Costa told reporters in Rome on Wednesday. The mask requirement will continue to apply on public transportation and in places where crowds are large, Costa said.

“Citizens will continue to wear mouth-nose protection in places with a risk of infection even after the mask requirement is abolished. Even outdoors, we already see this: although there is no longer a requirement, many people continue to use the mask,” the secretary of state said.

Since April 1, Italy has lifted the 2G requirement in hotels and no longer requires 3G proof of vaccination, recovery, or testing on public transport or in stores. Also, no evidence is needed anymore to access museums, archaeological parks, exhibitions, archives, libraries, and other cultural sites. On the other hand, attendance at movie theaters, theaters, and concerts will continue to be permitted only with 2G proof until April 30. FFP2 masks are also mandatory.

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