Rome, 22 Oct – Not only the curfew in Lazio but also nightlife venues off limits starting from 21 tomorrow in Rome. Thus the Region and the Municipality, in agreement with the Prefecture, give a further tightening to the anti-coronavirus bans. In the sights squares and meeting places of the capital where gatherings can be created, which will be cordoned off and closed to citizens.
Campo de ‘Fiori, Pigneto, Monti, Trastevere: all closed from 9pm
“As per the law provisions of the Dpcm, there is the possibility of adopting the measure of perimeter some squares from 9pm until after midnight, because in the meantime theregional ordinance that requires total closure from 24. Basically, some measures will be adopted to delimit the places traditionally subject to gatherings. Today we will propose in the committee, and there is already a pre-agreement with the mayor Raggi and with the Region, a intervention from Friday evening on piazza Campo de ‘Fiori, via del Pigneto, piazza Madonna dei Monti and something also in Trastevere on piazza Trilussa. This as a physical perimeter operation with the aim of allowing access to catering establishments but at the same time avoid that there can be gatherings“. To announce it to Good morning on Sky Tg24 the prefect of Rome Matteo Piantedosi.
There will be the police to check
In addition to the barriers there will also be law enforcement agencies to check that no one violates off-limits areas. “It is not just a logistical question of cordoning off – explains the prefect – there will be an adequate guarding device by the local police forces and the state police forces. For the moment there is no need to use the army“, Assures Piantedosi.
It will be possible to access shops and clubs in off-limits areas
However it will be possible to access shops and clubs in the areas affected by the anti-nightlife closures. “We are talking about allowing access to commercial, catering and entertainment establishments, obviously within the limits of the prescriptions that the Dpcm has imposed, because the other day we met with the mayor the representatives of these categories who pointed out that Rome employees in these categories are 80 thousand. If these companies, therefore, should have such repercussions that they must firing employees we will talk about a huge economic and social crisis already only in the city of Rome, which would multiply nationally. A weighting of the measures is welcome, at least by progression ”, clarified the prefect. Although the desired progression is very rapid and suggests new measures on a national basis to standardize the various regional ordinances.
The prefect defends self-certification: “Simplification tool”
Planting then occurs in a defense (ex officio) of the self-declaration form mandatory for those who want to violate the curfew. “Theself-certification is a simplification tool offered to citizens. The alternative would be a long process of verbalization for each contact between the police officer and the citizen, thus wasting time for both, ”he explains. “L’self-certification is not a hindrance or bureaucratic burden – he assures -, but it is a simplification tool that is offered to the citizen himself who, in a few minutes, handles a practice that otherwise would require a more complex procedure ”.
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