According to a report by the British news agency Reuters, the government will allow free travel across the country from the same day.
Total deaths in Italy due to COVID-19
Since the outbreak of the epidemic in Italy on February 21, 31,600 people have died from Covid 19, the third highest number of deaths in the world after the United States and the United Kingdom.
Italy was the first European country to impose a nationwide lockdown to curb the disease, announcing some easing of sanctions on May 4 and allowing the opening of industries and parks.
In addition, the shops were allowed to open from May 18 and the government had decided that all kinds of movement would be allowed in all areas on the same day, meaning people would be able to visit their friends.
However, travel bans in the region and abroad will remain in place until Italy’s Republic Day on June 2 to prevent large-scale travel during the long holiday week.
Therefore, all travel restrictions will be lifted from June 3, with the government trying to save next season’s holidays when Italians traditionally travel outside the city during the annual holidays.
According to the decree, national health offiicers will monitor the situation to ensure that virus will remain controlled.
These areas can mobilize all sectors of the economy that can still be closed as long as security protocols are followed.