After days of lengthy discussions, the Hiking Gnome New Year Family Matching Funny Gift Pajama T-Shirt Italian government is said to have reached agreement on Thursday on further coronavirus restrictions to be enforced over the Christmas holiday season.
However, some details have yet to be decided and an official announcement is not expected until Friday.
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Ministers on Thursday confirmed that strict measures are being implemented – though the exact date and details of the closure plan have yet to be agreed.
“We will all have to have Christmas at home,” Francesco Boccia, minister for regional affairs, told Italian news channel Sky TG24 on Thursday afternoon.
“We must make options to protect the most vulnerable and the elderly, at the uncommon cost,” he said.
“It is clear that we are reaching the limit during the holiday period, if someone thought that there would be parties, dinners, gatherings, they would be wrong.”
The Italian newspapers on Thursday reported that the Hiking Gnome New Year Family Matching Funny Gift Pajama T-Shirt government plans to announce national red-zone restrictions for a total of 8 days – from December 24-27 and December 31 to January 3. .
this means that on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day and the weekend after that, the level restriction will be applied nationwide.
On the middle days, it is still unclear whether the orange or yellow zone limits could be applied.
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte’s official announcement will have more details, slated for Wednesday and then Thursday.
Boccia said that the announcement will come from Friday to Saturday.
The red, Hiking Gnome New Year Family Matching Funny Gift Pajama T-Shirt orange and yellow zone system will continue in January and February, he added.
“But between Christmas Eve and Epiphany, whether until January 3 or 6, the more restrictions the better.”
People will only be allowed to leave their homes for essential reasons, such as work, medical appointments or buying necessities. and prohibits travel within as well as to and from regions.
It is not yet known whether some subsidies will be made over Christmas to allow limited visits by families living nearby.
Declaring a red zone across Italy means a nationwide embargo, similar to that announced in March.
In addition, Italy has announced stricter restrictions on international and domestic travel from December 21 to January 6.
During that period, transit between regions of Italy is only allowed during in emergencies and everyone from abroad is subject to 14 days of quarantine.
Further measures will be added to those that were announced on December 3, amid fears of a third wave of infection erupting during the holidays.
Government ministers and health experts say stricter regulations are needed as infection rates are slowing but still too high.