Italy will enter its third phase of de-escalation from the pandemic on Monday that will allow theatres, concert halls and entertainment venues to reopen following three months.
Italy was among the worst impacted in Europe, and went into lockdown forcing businesses and premises to shut.
After the epidemic has been brought under control within the country these restrictions have been slowly easing.
While tracking the rate of infection, which has risen to over 300 cases a day the government has postponed the reopening of sports clubs and night clubs.
The leisure sector has become the last to restart, and has been the hardest hit by the pandemic, along with tourism.
Quite a few safety measures are imposed which will not be possible for businesses to comply with, meaning that they will not have the ability to start their doors.
While for shows up to 1,000 spectators are allowed, cinemas have a capacity limit of 200 people in multiplexes.
The minimum space must be kept between clients once seated, but masks could be removed.
Playgrounds and summer camps for kids have also been allowed to take place amid distancing and hygiene security steps.
Religious processions will also be permitted to resume, which are a common occurrence as Italian towns celebrate their patron saints.
Italy reopened its borders on June 3 into European Union nations and the UK but postponed its strategy to expand to other states, which had been due to take place.
“Traveling to and from countries and territories other than the European Union and Great Britain is illegal before June 30, except for recognized work requirements, absolute emergency or for medical reasons,” according to the rules set out under stage three of Italy’s de-escalation program.
Cruise services in Italy are frozen until July 14 along with other ships can enter Italian ports to moor however their passengers aren’t permitted to disembark.
As the education ministry has not yet outlined security measures for this step there has been controversy within the nation within the reopening of universities on September 14.
Some leaders have criticized the exact date as elections are scheduled to take place on September 20, which will imply instructional centers might have to shut again.
President of the Liguria region in northwest Italy, giovanni Toti, stated some districts have proposed as a date that was better to prevent schools having be re-disinfected and also to shut during the elections for three times.
There’s been a small increase in infections as the country enters the third stage of de-escalation, with government reporting 55 deaths and 346 diseases on Saturday.
Over 200 of these cases were registered from the Lombardy area.
Approximately 49,750 evaluations were carried out in the previous 24 hours, about 20,000 fewer than on previous days.
Two outbreaks were also detected in Rome, one in the San Raffaele Pisana hospital along with also another in a residential construction.
Five individuals tested positive on Sunday who had contact with the clinic, including two technicians in RAI public tv, which has sparked testing in the broadcasting company’s headquarters.
There are a total of 104 cases and five deaths at the hospital epidemic.
The hotspot in the area of Garbatella, has seen nine confirmed infections after a Peruvian family living there became ill.
There have been 34,300 deaths from the nation and more than cases since the onset of the outbreak.