From today 1 June new rules for bars and restaurants also indoors in the yellow zone and for stadiums and sports based on the latest reopening decree. The main novelties include the possibility of lunch and dinner not only outdoors but also ‘indoors’ in restaurants and consumption at the counter in bars. The curfew remains for now starting at 11pm in the yellow zone. Here are the measures in detail as provided for in the decree and in the ordinance of the Minister of Health which indicates how in order to contain the spread of the coronavirus, economic and social activities must be carried out in compliance with the guidelines drawn up by the Conference of Regions and integrated and approved from Cts.BAR E RESTAURANTS From 1 June it is allowed to consume food and drinks even in bars, restaurants, pizzerias. The guidelines include, among other things, to: – Define the maximum number of simultaneous presences in relation to the volumes of space and air changes and the possibility of creating aggregations throughout the entry, presence and exit path. Body temperature may be detected, preventing access in case of temperature> 37.5 ° C. – Make hand sanitation products compulsorily available for customers and staff also in several points of the room, in particular at ” entrance and near the toilets, which must be cleaned several times a day – Take measures in order to avoid gatherings outside the premises and its appurtenances – In businesses that provide meals, recommend access by booking and keep the list of subjects who have booked for a period of 14 days. In any case, access is allowed, even in the absence of reservations, if the spaces allow it, in compliance with the prevention measures provided. In these activities, more customers than the number of seats cannot be continuously present in the premises – In all establishments: arrange the tables in such a way as to ensure the maintenance of at least 1 meter of separation between the customers of different tables indoors (extendable to at least 2 meters based on the epidemiological risk scenario) and at least 1 meter separation in outdoor environments (gardens, terraces, stalls, dehors), with the exception of people who, according to the provisions in force are not subject to interpersonal distancing. This last aspect relates to individual responsibility. These distances can only be reduced with physical separation barriers, taking care that they do not hinder the exchange of air; customers must wear a mask to protect the respiratory tract on every occasion when they are not seated at the table; facilitate online consultation of the menu through digital solutions, or prepare menus in plasticized printing, and therefore disinfectable after use, or disposable paper; at the end of each table service, ensure cleaning and disinfection of the surfaces – In businesses that do not have seating, allow entry to a limited number of customers at a time, based on the characteristics of the individual rooms, in order to ensure the maintenance of at least 1 meter of separation (extendable to at least 2 meters based on the epidemiological risk scenario). – Where possible, favor the use of outdoor spaces (gardens, terraces, stalls, dehors), always respecting the spacing of at least 1 meter – For consumption at the counter, ensure the maintenance of an interpersonal distance of at least 1 meter between customers (extendable to at least 2 meters based on the epidemiological risk scenario), with the exception of people who, according to the provisions in force, do not are subject to interpersonal distancing. This last aspect relates to individual responsibility. – It is possible to organize a buffet mode through administration by personnel in charge, excluding the possibility for customers to touch what is exposed and providing in any case, for customers and staff, the obligation to maintain distance and the obligation to use a mask to protect the respiratory tract – The service personnel in contact with customers must use the mask and must carry out frequent hand hygiene with sanitizing products, before each table service .- It is mandatory to keep open, unless weather conditions or other situations of necessity do not allow it, doors, windows and windows in order to favor the natural exchange of air in the internal environments. SPORTS AND STADIUMS Spectators return to stadiums and arenas but in limited numbers. In the yellow zone, from 1 June 2021 outdoors and from 1 July 2021 also indoors, the presence of the public is also allowed at sports events and competitions other than those referred to in Article 5 of Decree-Law no. 52 of 2021, exclusively with pre-assigned seats and on condition that respect for the interpersonal distance of at least one meter is ensured both for spectators who are not habitually cohabiting, and for staff. The permitted capacity cannot exceed 25 percent of the maximum authorized and, in any case, the maximum number of spectators cannot exceed 1,000 for outdoor installations and 500 for indoor installations. The activities must be carried out in compliance with the guidelines adopted by the Presidency of the Council of Ministers – Department for Sport, after consulting the Italian Sports Medical Federation (FMSI), on the basis of criteria defined by the Technical-Scientific Committee. When it is not possible to ensure compliance with the conditions referred to in this article, sports events and competitions take place without the presence of the public.