In view of the new decree, the Draghi government is oriented to review the color system by proposing local red areas: this time, according to what Ansa reveals, the cities of Naples and Brescia would be at risk of lockdown.
New decree, local red areas: Naples at risk
The system has already been implemented in some Italian municipalities, just think of Lombardy which already has 4 red areas (Bollate, Castrezzato, Mede and Viggiù) or Liguria which sees severe restrictions in the areas of Ventimiglia, Sanremo and neighboring areas.
A strategy that aims to avoid a total block, acting on the individual entities most affected by the covid. The city of Naples turns out to be just one of these. According to the report released yesterday, in the Neapolitan capital an increase of new positives is confirmed compared to previous weeks and numbers higher than the regional average. The death rate is also growing.
The spread of the infection among very young people is worrying as well as the circulation of new variants. A trend that continues in the entire Region which, after weeks in the yellow zone, has passed into the orange zone. President De Luca himself, commenting on the images of the crowd on the Naples waterfront, did not rule out the possibility of ending up in the red zone.
In Naples, the most critical scenario would prove to be to the point of being able to push the Government to implement targeted interventions. Meanwhile, the block on travel between Regions has already been extended, valid until March 27. In the red areas, the March lockdown will almost return to life: the new executive, in fact, will prohibit any type of movement that does not take place for reasons of work, health or necessity.
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