Italy will strengthen quarantine for the New Year

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced an increase in quarantine from December 24 to January 6. During this period, non-food shops, bars, and restaurants will be closed (except for take-away work), but hairdressing salons will continue to operate. Until January 4, citizens will be banned from traveling between regions of the country.

Earlier, the authorities of Germany, , and the announced the introduction of “strict quarantine” for the New Year holidays. However, none of the European countries dared to introduce a lockdown with a complete halt of the , which this spring led to a record recession in the economy.

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