The white zone for Veneto and Piedmont is approaching with new rules and innovations especially for the curfew which is not foreseen in this range. “The RT is at 0.64%, occupancy wards and intensive care 5% and incidence 19.4 per 100 thousand inhabitants. We are abundantly in the white zone. I imagine that for us it will start from Monday. I am not celebrating the end of the infection and the emergency, no one gets excited. However, if the tunnel was 100 km long, we made 99 “, said the president of Veneto, Luca Zaia. “We are the first major Italian region to go to the white zone, it is a great goal achieved” he underlined. The governor explained that on the weekend, before Monday, he will sign “the ordinance on the passage in the white zone, a sort of vademecum, of ‘instructions for use’ that transposes the national legislation, on the things that can be done: There will be no surprises. And, on Monday 7 June, therefore, the curfew will be lifted “, he concluded. Good news also for Piedmont where in the week of 24-30 May the incidence of new cases is further reduced by over 30%. This is what emerges from the weekly pre-report of the Ministry of Health and the Higher Institute of Health. In particular, the punctual RT calculated on the symptom onset date drops from 0.70 to 0.64. The percentage of positivity of the swabs is reduced passing from 3.2% to 2.3%. Below the threshold, and further reduced, the occupancy rates of ordinary beds (from 14% to 10%) and in intensive care (from 15% to 13%). Lastly, active and new outbreaks and the number of people not connected to known transmission chains are decreasing. Those in the white zone are allowed to travel without limits relating to the times or reasons for moving to other locations in the white zone ; without time limits, to the whole national territory, if the move takes place for proven work needs, situations of necessity or health reasons; to locations in the yellow zone, without having to justify the reason, in compliance with the specific time restrictions provided for travel in the yellow zone and those relating to travel to other inhabited private homes; to the whole national territory, if the person who moves is in possession of a valid ‘Covid-19 green certification’ in compliance with the specific time restrictions set for travel in the destination area.