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Curfew Italy and reopening, decisions next week


May 11, 2021

Curfew in Italy and possible new reopening: the control room will not be held this week. According to the Adnkronos, this remains the line of Palazzo Chigi, which confirms the timetable: during the week the go-ahead for the bis supports – in the Cdm between Thursday and Friday – with forty billion to put the sectors most affected by the crisis triggered by Covid; then next week – on the basis of ‘consolidated’ data – a control room on possible new openings, which will be dictated by the numbers. Read also The route remains in fact the one reaffirmed by Prime Minister Mario Draghi in Porto, on the sidelines of the European summit, or rather reopening in the sign of “reasonableness and prudence”, explain sources close to the Prime Minister. Confirming that, in today’s meeting on the support dl bis, the request for a ‘coupon’ on any loosening of the anti-Covid measures already on Friday was raised to the undersecretary to the presidency of the Council Roberto Garofoli, when Draghi had already left the meeting.