What will change for Lombardy, Piedmont and Calabria (red areas according to the Dpcm)

What will change for Lombardy, Piedmont and Calabria (red areas according to the Dpcm)

All the measures provided for by the Dpcm in the areas qualified as "red area", ie the regions of Lombardy, Piedmont, Calabria and Valle D'Aosta. Fontana (Lega), president of Lombardy, protests

These are the measures envisaged by the Dpcm in the areas qualified as "red area", ie the regions of Lombardy, Piedmont, Calabria and Valle D'Aosta, as announced by the Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte .

It is forbidden to move, even within one's own Municipality, at any time, except for reasons of work, necessity and health; movement from one region to another and from one municipality to another is prohibited.

Bars and restaurants close, 7 days a week. Take-away is allowed until 10 pm. There are no restrictions for home delivery.

Closing of shops, except for supermarkets, food and necessities.

Newsagents, tobacconists, pharmacies and parapharmacies, laundries, hairdressers and barbers remain open. Beauty centers closed.

Distance learning for second grade secondary school, for second and third grade classes. Therefore, only preschools, elementary schools and junior high schools remain open. Universities closed, with specific exceptions.

All sporting competitions are suspended except those recognized as being of national interest by CONI and CIP. Activities in sports centers suspended. It is allowed to carry out physical activity near one's home and sporting activities only outdoors in individual form.

Museums and exhibitions are closed; also closed theaters, cinemas, gyms, arcade activities, betting rooms, bingo, even in bars and tobacconists. Only up to 50% filling is allowed for public transport, except for school transport.

Fontana's comment

“From our information, the last evaluation of the CTS Monitoring Cabin with the analysis of 21 parameters dates back to about 10 days ago. This is unacceptable ”. The president of the Lombardy Region, Attilio Fontana , wrote it on Facebook, commenting on the latest dpcm. For the governor, "the assessments must be made on the basis of data updated to date, taking into account the restrictions already adopted in Lombardy, the sacrifices already made by the Lombards in these 10 days to contain the spread of the virus, and from which we register a first improvement . I am insisting that, before Lombardy is established, the data must be updated ”. “Let's be clear. The new Prime Ministerial Decree that regulates the actions for the containment of Covid, territory by territory, has come into force – underlines Fontana – on the basis of 21 technical indicators analyzed by the national Technical Scientific Committee. Now it is an ordinance of the Ministry of Health, not of the regional administration, which, again on the basis of the evaluation of the data by the CTS, must establish in which band each Region is located: Yellow, Orange or Red, with the consequent different restrictive levels. Up to this moment nothing has been communicated to us by the Government and we do not know in which 'Band' Lombardy is located ”.


This is a machine translation from Italian language of a post published on Start Magazine at the URL https://www.startmag.it/sanita/cosa-cambiera-per-lombardia-piemonte-e-calabria-aree-rosse-secondo-il-dpcm/ on Wed, 04 Nov 2020 20:32:03 +0000.