Italy’s second Covid19 Easter lockdown

From Monday 14 March at least half of Italy will enter total lockdown. The restrictions will remain in place until the Easter weekend, during which the whole country, apart from Sardinia, will be classified a red zone.

Abruzzo, Calabria, Liguria, Molise, Sicily, Umbria and the Aosta Valley will be in the slightly less stringent orange zone. Sardinia was earlier this month classified in the lowest-risk white zone and will stay there.

Regions will be move into the red zone if infections exceed 250 cases per 100,000. Puglia will move into the red zone, which means we have to stay at home except in the case of necessity... So we are back to where we were this time last year.

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