Curfew at midnight from 7 June, ABOLISHED from 21From Monday 17 June the CURFEW it will be moved to midnight, from the current time set at 11.00 pm. Whether it is the yellow zone or the white zone, however, the stage is significant: in the yellow zone, in fact, the curfew it will be moved at midnight, while it will be abolished for the territories that enter the white zone.
So from Monday 7 June the curfew will be moved to midnight for Basilicata, Calabria, Campania, Emilia-Romagna, Marche, Lazio, Lombardy, Piedmont, Puglia, Tuscany, Sicily, Valle d’Aosta, Bolzano and Trento. From the same day the ban on night travel will instead be abolished for Abruzzo, Liguria, Umbria and Veneto, which join Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Molise and Sardinia, where the curfew has already been abolished.
The return time at midnight will be in effect until 20 June because then, the last date, the most important one, is the June 21st: that day will come curfew abolished in all yellow areas. And, considering the current epidemiological situation in Italy, the ban on night travel could be canceled throughout the country. During the hours in which the curfew remains in force, however, as confirmed by the Corriere della Sera, travel is allowed for reasons of work, health and necessity. Probably only Valle d’Aosta should reach the zone with fewer restrictions on June 28th.