There are two weeks left until May 17 and Mario Draghi is working to find a compromise that will satisfy the various souls of the Government on the subject of the curfew. From Palazzo Chigi they explain that the data of infections, deaths and intensive care detected last weekend are “positive” and that they are going “in the right direction”, thus allowing to mediate between the position of Roberto Speranza (the Minister of Health is supported by the Democratic Party line) and that of the center-right, with Matteo Salvini and his League at the forefront. According to the news from Affariitaliani.it, the intention is to move the limit of return to homes from 10 pm to 11 pm, at least as regards the regions in the yellow zone.
The fate of the orange zone remains to be decided, while there is no scope for extending the reopening in the red zones, which will maintain the curfew at 10 pm. The economic and commercial categories are exerting strong pressure on the Government and this step should arrive in two weeks. forward to those who paid for the closures due to the pandemic with a strong crisis.
In addition to moving the curfew to the yellow band, rigid protocols are being studied to allow the reopening of gyms, swimming pools and indoor sports activities. Same thing for lunches and dinners in bars and restaurants indoors: you should go back to eating inside the premises as well. Unless there is a sensational worsening in the numbers of Covid, shops and shopping centers will also see the light again, which should be reopened from the weekend starting on May 22nd.