Italy was allowed to move freely around the country from June 3

KIEV. May 31. UNN. The inhabitants of Italy from June 3 to again move freely throughout the country, not only within their region. It is reported by UNN with reference to DW.

Currently, there is no reason to extend that limitation, said health Minister Roberto Speranza.

In addition, from June 3 residents of other EU countries, hotels in Italy, will not have to spend two weeks in quarantine.

We will remind, the Italian authorities announced their plan to gradually rebuild the country after the quarantine, which “created a serious burden for the third largest Eurozone economy”, local media reported, citing Prime Minister of Italy, Giuseppe Conte.

Lifting the quarantine will not be as fast as predicted.

Among the exemptions, earned almost a month ago — the permission for a single Jogging on the street, not more than an hour a day. Now it is a penalty.

Young people up to 18 years will allow visiting relatives assuming the use of masks and gloves (currently allowed only if extremely necessary). It is expected to be allowed to play with children outdoors.

May 4 should make new rules for the use of public transport in Italy: the entrance to the subway will be allowed only after the temperature screening. In transport, including buses, will be to go just sitting, and at a distance from each other. At the stations you can expect the transport only at a distance of not less than a meter from each other.

Note that the Prime Minister of Italy, Giuseppe Conte spread restrictive measures that were previously introduced in several regions throughout the country. They operated from March 10. The decree was published on the website of the government of Italy.

Movement in the country was allowed only for work, treatment and emergencies. Schools and universities closed as well as museums, entertainment venues and sports clubs. Mass gatherings, including weddings and funerals, is prohibited. Sporting events are to be canceled, or spend without spectators. People with a temperature above 37.5°C should stay home and minimize contact with others.