The Italian authorities have extended the emergency regime due to the coronavirus until the end of the year
Italian Health Minister Roberto Speranza said that the country's Council of Ministers decided to extend the emergency regime in connection with the coronavirus pandemic until December 31.
The decree approved by the government on new measures to combat CAVID-19 allows you to visit restaurants and bars indoors, as well as museums, cinemas, gyms, swimming pools, and cultural events only if you have a COVID certificate.
In addition, the document changed the criteria according to which the regions of Italy, depending on the situation with the coronavirus, are assigned certain color categories that affect the introduction of certain covid restrictions.
Earlier, the head of the Italian Ministry of Health, Roberto Speranza, said that to defeat the coronavirus, Italy needs all safe vaccines with proven effectiveness, regardless of where they were developed.