In the new dpcm there could be the closure of the premises at midnight

AGI – Private parties and conviviality, which would be the primary source of infections from Covid 19, are the central issues discussed during the meeting between Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte and the heads of delegation of the majority parties in view of the preparation of the expected Dpcm which is expected to introduce new restrictions starting from 15 October.

With the ministers Francesco Boccia and Roberto Speranza, majority sources explain, the incentive for smart working would also have been discussed. On the theme of ‘movida’, then, on the table the hypothesis of a ban on gathering outside the premises and restaurants and that of introducing an obligation to close by 24.

The measure will be adopted by October 15th, to confirm and update the rules in force.

Meanwhile, an urgent meeting of the Technical-Scientific Committee, which the Minister of Health Roberto Speranza should also attend, has been called for tomorrow.

The executive’s goal is to avert a return to the acute phase of the pandemic and a new lockdown, but if necessary, more restrictive measures than the current ones could be adopted.

The scenarios, according to what emerges from the various hypotheses, are three, depending on the manageability of the virus. We could therefore pass – this is the first scenario – from strengthening the distancing with local ‘red zones’, smart working and school closures depending on the number of registered infections. A ‘squeeze’ that could be accompanied by the contraction of the opening hours of bars and restaurants and the ban on parking in the immediate vicinity of public places.

But there is also the hypothesis of a ban on travel between regions and a reduction in the number of hours of school lessons in the presence. A series of precautions that, according to rumors, could return to involve the maximum number of guests for ceremonies such as weddings, but also for simple dinners in private homes.


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