The end of Covid?

We all know the Covid, the virus that has upset our lives overnight. We were initially confused, we didn’t even know what we were talking about. We found ourselves having to stay locked up at home without being able to go out. The pandemic has involved the entire planet, unfortunately causing a large number of victims, currently estimated at approximately 6.19 million, to make the idea, more than all the inhabitants of Lazio. The number of infections is no less, currently around 502 million. With vaccines, restrictions, the use of masks, and hand disinfectants we have managed to contain the curve of infections, in fact now the data are comforting, and the cases and daily victims of Covid are decreasing. In fact, on April 1st, the end of the state of emergency was officially declared: 

-We will say goodbye to the green pass in outdoor venues and also in the outdoor sports activity centers it will be possible to access freely.

-The capacities of the stadiums should return to 100% and those of the sports halls to 75%.

– It will no longer be mandatory to respect the precautionary period if you come into contact with a positive, not even at school, and the ffp2 mask will no longer be mandatory.

-The obligation to wear a mask indoors remains. 

Obviously, our life has totally changed, everything has undergone an upheaval, especially social relationships, and I find myself personally involved in this situation because at my age socialization and the desire to be with others is at the basis. The hope is to slowly return to normal, even if the road is still very long, in fact, the experts recommend us not to let our guard down because we think that we will still have to deal with other variants, so yes, finally, a little of freedom but always certainly with a lot of caution.

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