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Covid, “from May 15 via quarantine for EU countries”

Byeditorial

May 8, 2021

From 15 May stop the mini quarantine for people from European countries. An operational table organized by the Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio and the Health Minister Roberto Speranza took place this morning on the reopening to foreign tourists in view of the summer period. According to what is learned, from 15 May the mini quarantine for people from European countries will be exceeded. The same will also apply to citizens from the UK and Israel. The government is working on a Covid-free summer with the green pass for travel, the easing of the curfew and the smaller islands immunized in order to stimulate tourism. The vaccination plan for the smaller islands began yesterday. The island of Capri is “Covid free”, announced today the president of the Campania Region Vincenzo De Luca, who landed this morning on the blue island for a meeting with the mayors of Capri, Marino Lembo, and of Anacapri, Alessandro Scoppa, in the the famous “piazzetta”. On the other hand, discussions continue on the curfew. Make it slip, at 11pm or even midnight, eliminate it or leave it at 10pm? Curfew remains a hot topic. Right now it remains in force from 10pm to 5am, a time when you cannot go out except for reasons of health, work or necessity. But the desire to change things has been going on for some time and has intensified with the approval of the reopening decree. “When we have data that support” the choice “to permanently lift the curfew we will do it immediately” because the curfew “is not a political issue, it is a question of analyzing the effects of the restrictive measures” taken to manage the pandemic, said at the end of the day the Minister of Agriculture, Stefano Patuanelli, at Porta a Porta. A possible relaxation of the curfew at 22 will be evaluated “with the data of 17 May because the data of 10 May are too close to the reopening of 26 April” but “there is a lot of media buzz about the curfew” compared to the shift “from 22 to 23 and if we had moved it to 23 the League would have asked for 24, if we had done so at 24 the League would have asked to remove it “, he underlines. The curfew continues to be discussed. May 16 “I believe it is a desirable date to overcome the curfew” in Italy, but “it is not a free all”, said yesterday the Foreign Minister, Luigi Di Maio, speaking to L’Aria pulling up La 7. We must make sure to overcome the curfew “as we know it and not go back a few months later”, added Di Maio, according to which “this situation is not only valid for Italy” and we all want to get out of this nightmare “.” Regions have proposed to extend the curfew to 11 pm so as to allow working in the evenings. We must also look at those activities that are still closed in order to move towards a process of reopening in safety. I am thinking of gyms, the wedding sector … “, the governor of Friuli Venezia Giulia and president of the Conference of Regions Massimiliano Fedriga wrote yesterday morning on Twitter.” This positive work of securing and safety has been going on for a whole month. back to normal. If the data continue to be positive, raging with closures, bans, fines and curfews would not have a concrete reason but only an ideological reason “, Matteo Salvini, leader of the League reiterated. Matteo Renzi and Matteo Salvini, with different nuances,” they voted in favor of the lifting of the curfew, currently set at 10pm. “For me, the curfew must no longer exist. It should be removed, because it is no longer needed, there are 500 thousand vaccinated every day. For me it must be completely removed “, Renzi says to Dritto and Rovescio.” The curfew? I base my prediction on scientific data. Draghi, when health is at stake, wants to rely on data, not on what Salvini says. Today another 653 Italians left the hospitals “, says Matteo Salvini, at Porta a Porta, broadcast tonight.” The League ministers will ask for the curfew to be canceled, we must adapt to what is happening at European level “, says the leader of the League. .The green pass is the next step to make travel easier. Italy, like Greece, will play ahead of Europe for the certificate that allows those who have completed the vaccination cycle, recovered from Covid or in possession of a negative swab performed within 48 hours before departure, to move freely From mid-May it will be a reality in our country, from the second half of June throughout Europe.