The government on Friday approved new anti-Kovid measures in the cabinet for the period from Monday, March 15 to April 6.
In the opinion of Prime Minister Mario Draghi, Italy is facing a A new wave of infectious diseases “More than a year after the pandemic began, a large part of its territory will be rebuilt from Monday, March 15th.
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Doctors say there has been a sharp rise in pollution and deaths in the country, which has crossed one lakh deaths this week. “ Last week, 150,175 new epidemics were reported, up from 130,816 last week, an increase of about 15%. Mario Draghi underscored this while visiting a vaccination center set up at the Roman airport Fiamicino.
« These data urge us to be very careful in limiting the number of deaths and preventing saturation of health facilities. He warned. “ The memory of what happened last spring is still active, and we will do everything we can to prevent it from happening again. .
Six areas can go into the red zone
The government this Friday approved the ministers’ new anti-Kovid measures for the period from Monday, March 15 to April 6, especially in areas where more than 250 new cases are registered per week and are automatically entered into the red zone (high risk level compliance with the most stringent regulations).
Under the most unfavorable conditions, the large northern regions of Lombardy, Piedmont, Veneto, Emilia-Romagna, as well as Lazio (territory of Rome) and Calabria would have to cross into the red zone, thus joining the southern regions of Campania. Basilica and Molise. The red zone classification, according to the color system that has been in effect for months, is leading to the closure of schools, colleges, high schools, universities, bars and restaurants. Travel is limited to work needs, basic necessities, and health emergencies. Also, on Easter weekend (April 3, 4, 5), the entire peninsula will be automatically sorted. “ Roof .
Tuscany, Liguria, Umbria and Abruzzo end in the Orange region, intermediate level. Only Sicily should remain yellow, Sardinia is in the white zone. These measures were to be announced at the end of the cabinet.
44% of Italians support the restrictions
The new austerity measures across the country will further hurt the eurozone’s third-largest economy, which in 2020 fell into a deep recession due to deregulation. But according to a poll published by the newspaper last weekend The courier della sera, 44% of Italians are in favor, 30% two weeks ago.
Italy abandoned the vaccination program by the end of December, but deliveries dropped significantly, with only 1.8 million people out of a population of 60 million receiving the two-dose vaccine on Friday.
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