Whether lockdown will open in India is still a question. But Italy, the world’s second-largest importer after the United States, is now preparing to open a lockdown with partial concessions and partial sanctions. So what are the restrictions in Italy? And have the restrictions been lifted?
The first case was reported in Italy on February 21, and since May 11, more than 2,18,268 cases have been reported in Italy and more than 30,395 people have died. Italy imposed a lockdown on March 9, 2020.
There was a time when the whole world felt sorry for Italy. But now that cases and deaths are gradually declining, Italy is also preparing to open a partial lockdown from May 11. However, the lockdown does not open abruptly. According to the region, Italy is gradually moving towards normalization of life according to the social context.
Italy had a very strict lockdown from 9 March. It was also forbidden to go 200 meters away from home. With a few restrictions eased in early May, people have been able to move out of their homes, even in small numbers, to relatives. But even long distances were still forbidden in Italy. The Italian government is preparing to lift a few more sanctions in the coming days.
The start of schools in September means that by then, the situation is expected to return to normal. At present, however, the whole world is relying on optimism.