AGI – Summer begins with Italy in white and goodbye (hopefully not only temporary) at the curfew which was set at midnight for the regions in the yellow band.
Hourly limits disappear for the first time in our country after 3 November 2020, more than seven months ago, when the curfew was instituted in full second wave from 10pm to 5am, then moved last month to 11pm and finally to midnight.
Still having to deal with the curfew, in fact, only the Val d’Aosta remains, which today is the only region in yellow.
The ban on night driving has been canceled, to remember that Covid is still among us, the distance and the masks remain substantially, even if the formal opinion of the CTS is expected in the afternoon on the obligation to use them outdoors.
The latest report from the Control Room authorized Sicily, Marche, Tuscany, the Province of Bolzano, Calabria, Basilicata and Campania to enter the area with fewer restrictions.
They all had an incidence well below 50 cases per hundred thousand inhabitants, as certified by the three consecutive monitors.
The white zone that marks the gradual return to normality (after the Sardinian spring experiment, which lasted a short time) was inaugurated at the end of May Friuli Venezia Giulia, Molise and Sardinia itself.
The following week was the turn Abruzzo, Liguria, Veneto and Umbria, while from June 14 they are also blank Lazio, Lombardy, Piedmont, Apulia, Emilia Romagna and the Province of Trento.
Val d’Aosta, on the other hand, will have to wait until June 28 to complete the three weeks below the threshold.