Italians allowed by the Italy government to travel to and from abroad.
ITALY GOVERNMENT – Amid the scare of coronavirus resurgence, Italy allows their people to travel to and from abroad starting June 3.
As local and national government worldwide started to ease down their lockdowns declaration to revive the economy, the scare of resurgence and 2nd wave arises as well. In Italy, among the world’s most rigid coronavirus lockdowns, has just moved to a major development after their government approved a decree which permits their people to travel to and from abroad.
This will start on June 3 and on that same day as well, the government granted people free travel across the country. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte opted for a gradual return to their normal ways so as to prevent a second wave of the outbreak.
Also, Italians will have their full free movement again and some businesses will reopen on May 18 accordingly based on the announcement made on Saturday morning as per Reuters. Shops and restaurants in the country are also preparing to open again with strict rules over social distancing and proper hygiene rules to be implemented.
A manager of a clothing shop situated in central Rome, expressed this regarding the matter, “The challenge is huge, so big it is hard to quantify, and most of all there is uncertainty. The sense of uncertainty is dominating everything.”
As reported, Italy is the third country with the highest coronavirus-related death toll after that of the United States and Britain. Over 31,600 Italians died because of the pandemic. As of May 16 according to Worldometer, they have 223,885 confirmed case with 120,205 recoveries.
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