Here are all the new rules after March 31st, 2022 by Editorial staff – March 18th, 2022
On March 31st, the state of emergency ends which for two years now has led to thei ntroduction of various measures to combat the spread of the Covid-19 epidemic.
On March 17th, The Council of Ministers approved a decree-law that introduces urgent provisions for overcoming the measures to combat Covid-19.
As stated in the statement of the Council of Ministers, the provision establishes:
Obligation to wear masks: the obligation to wear ffp2 masks is reiterated until 30th April in indoor environments such as means of transport and places where shows open to the public are held. In the workplace, on the other hand, it will be sufficient to wear respiratory protection devices.
End of the system of colored zones.
Capacity of sports facilities: return to 100% outdoors and indoors from April 1st;protocols and guidelines: any protocols and guidelines will be adopted by order of the Minister of Health.
For the gradual return to ordinary life, the end of the colored zone system is therefore envisaged, the green pass will be overcome and the precautionary quarantines will be
“A new phase is beginning … This does not mean that the pandemic is over. There is no’off’ button that magically makes the virus disappear,” Health Minister Roberto Speranza told the newspaper la Repubblica.
Italy was the first Western country to be clobbered by the disease and it has registered 159,383 deaths, the eighth highest tally in the world, and more than 14.6 million cases.
Daily infections have risen again in Italy since the beginning of March, as they have in many other European countries, but they have stabilised in the last week, according to data from the think tank Gimbe. The government has lifted attendance limits for outdoor and indoor sports venues, along with a requirement that anyone over the age of 50 should be vaccinated to enter their place of work.The vaccination requirement will be kept until December 31st for workers in healthcare.Rules have been eased for travellers to Italy, one of the world’s top tourist destinations. However, visitors still need to show COVID-19 health certificates and to complete a passenger locator form. Italy’s vaccination campaign has proved successful in reducing the burden on hospitals. Some 84% of Italians have received the recommended two vaccine doses, while more than 65% of people have received a third shot.