Covid: 1000 to dance, open-air disco closed in Rome

Covid: 1000 to dance, open-air disco closed in Rome
Covid: 1000 to dance, open-air disco closed in Rome

It is the second intervention of the brigade in the last week in the II Town Hall.

Over 1000 people ‘gathered’ in a public area used as an open-air disco in the Parioli district, the center of ‘Roma bene’. On the spot, the agents of the local police of Roma Capitale intervened in the night who, after surprising the patrons, triggered the 5-day closure measure as required by the legislation on the limitation for contagion from Covid-19. It is the second intervention of the brigade in the last week in the II Town Hall.

On Thursday evening, the white helmets had intervened in a Parioli club for non-compliance with anti-Covid measures. This time a public area ended up in the sights of the agents which, instead of being used for the planned recreational activities, theatrical and cultural events, had been used for a dance party. In total, over 2 thousand checks carried out by white helmets this weekend: from compliance with the measures for the protection of collective health and anti-alcohol rules to checks for compliance with road traffic regulations. To avoid the formation of gatherings linked to the large influx of people, the agents had to proceed with the temporary closure of Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere and Piazza Trilussa. More than 200 commercial activities and controlled public establishments, with the main high penalties for illegal administration or sale of alcohol beyond the allowed time. About twenty patrons were also fined for irregular consumption of alcoholic beverages in the street. On the road safety front, about 350 offenses were alleged for violation of the highway code.

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