Valle d’Aosta leaves the orange zone and from Monday it will be in the yellow zone, like the rest of Italy, with new rules for restaurants starting from Friday. The Presidency of the Region has informed that, based on the data relating to the Covid-19 infection in the region and following the weekly monitoring carried out by the control room of the Ministry of Health, Valle d’Aosta will be located in the yellow area, in starting from Monday 24 May. This afternoon, the President of the Region Erik Lavevaz signed an ordinance to contextualize, throughout the region, the measures envisaged in the Prime Ministerial Decree of 2 March and in the decree-laws n. 52 and n. 65 of the Council of Ministers, in consideration of the new scenario in which the Aosta Valley is placed. With regard to catering, depending on the regional environmental characteristics and the evolution of the pandemic situation, the provision introduces an important novelty: starting from Friday 28 May, the activities related to catering can also take place indoors, until 11pm , thus ensuring consumption at the table in compliance with the rules of distancing and for a maximum of 4 people, unless they are all cohabiting. From Monday 24 May, zoological and wildlife parks and adventure parks will be able to open; to these will also be added the openings to the public of museums and places of culture (in a contingent form and avoiding gatherings of people). The location in the yellow zone also allows the resumption of gym activities, again starting from Monday 24 May, in accordance with the protocols and guidelines, provided that the interpersonal distance of at least two meters is respected and there are systems of air exchange, without recirculation. Finally, from Monday 24 May it will also be possible to move across the regional borders to the other regions located in the yellow zone.